#1
I play rock and metal and a bit of clean on an ibanez art-100, i need a good practice amp for around 100 bucks i have some pedals but built in would be nice too, i need somethign to tide me over till i can get a bigger one sice my crate flexy 65 died
#2
roland micro cube is good
just add $100 more to your budget and you could buy a Vypyr 30
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#4
Quote by HibyPrime
Roland micro cube or 15 watt cube


+1 for the micro cube -1 for the cube 15

TS i would buy the micro cube than the 15w the micro has more amp models than the 15w and it has built in effects.
vypyr 30 is still an option
dont buy the 15w of the vypyr it has very few features
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Quote by WTF!!is a TAB
+1 for the micro cube -1 for the cube 15

TS i would buy the micro cube than the 15w the micro has more amp models than the 15w and it has built in effects.
vypyr 30 is still an option
dont buy the 15w of the vypyr it has very few features


The reason I suggested the 15w is that some places charge a lot more than $100 for the microcube

But yeah, he's right, if you have the choice, get the microcube instead of the 15 watt