#1
Hi.
I got a guitar recently and the amp I got with it (standard Fender portable one) isn't realy producing the sound I want.

Any suggestions for an affordable yet good amp?
#4
cmon more info please, budget, styles of music you wanna play, guitar?
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#5
I found my Crate GX-30M at a garage sale for $30!
By no means the greatest amp in the world, but you can't beat the price (unless it was $29)

Buying a used amp will get you more for your money in my opinion.
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#9
Vox Valvetronix will give you a good variety of sounds.

You sound like you have just started playing the guitar

If in doubt about amps have a look here

I don't think you need a tube amp atm... but I could be very wrong. Check out some second hand tube amps in your price bracket.

Otherwise Roland Cubes and Vox Valvetronix will give good sounds.
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#12
But we don't know how cheap "cheap" is...

Anyways, since you seem to be just starting out, I say go for a Peavey Vypyr.
Wonderful amps for the price
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#13
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But we don't know how cheap "cheap" is...

Anyways, since you seem to be just starting out, I say go for a Peavey Vypyr.
Wonderful amps for the price


Agreed ^