#1
I am judging by two categories; Tone (namely, effects and such), Size/Portability (Obv, small. I'd prefer as small as possible). Secondary things to consider are audible volume (I don't need it to bust jams like a stack, but I'd like to know how powerful it is), and price (Anywhere under a hundred. Over a hundred is practically null, since it's rare to find amps over a hundred that AREN'T large).
#2
Quote by Phantom123
since it's rare to find amps over a hundred that AREN'T large).

someones never heard of a tube amp
look at
Roland cubes
Peavey vypyrs
and even danelectro honeytones
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#3
Most of the cubes are too big. The rest, I either didn't specifically find, or am asking advice on. If I knew what the best suggestions were, I wouldn't need to ask.
#5
The MS2? I've been looking at that (And hoping someone would name it, confirming it as a candidate). What about the MS-4? Is that any good? Anything else in that line to check out?
#6
i have that ms2, i think it sounds like crap. i havent heard any of the other amps around that size, so nothing to compare it to. I would hope you could do better though
edit: even though it looks over $100, i would look at a roland micro cube. I have a cube 30 and really like it, micros might be similar
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#7
I'd go with the Roland Micro Cube, it's a killer little amp. You might also look into Cactus tube amps, I've never done anything with them so I don't know how good they are, but I've seen ads for them and they look kinda cool.
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#8
A Kustom Tube 12 . I love it.
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Peavey Classic 50
EHX Metal Muff
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#9
The Fender Mini-Tone is a really loud and toneful little 1W amp. Also its tiny and runs on 9V battery!
#10
Well the ms4 is about twice as big.... but twice the amount of awesome since it's a double stack.
You might want to take a look at fender ones as well. VOX makes quality ones, but it'll be hard to find one that's under $100.
#11
What would everyone agree is best? The fender mini-tone master, the Marshal MS-4, or the Microcube?
#13
Get a Microcube.
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#16
the micro cube is a real practice amp.


the tiny amps you mentioned are all toys with tiny speakers.
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