#1
Whats a good small gigging amp for playing at a school?
my budget is about 200 bucks maybe more.
#2
What styles of music do you play?
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#3
mostly metal but ill probably be using the cleaner channels alot since i already have a boss ml-2 distortion
#4
i wood reccomend the roland cube 30x or 60 deoending on whether u want to save up a bit more money.
the 30 is £120 and the 60 is £150

i got a 30x and wood reccomend it

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#7
Gretsch G5552, Epiphone VJ, Fender Champ 600. small watt tube amps FTW.

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if you are willing to spend a little more, you could get a Fender Vibro Champ XD. theyre are really good amps for the price. it has a bunch of amp models and effects.
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#8
If you plan on using the ML-2 with your set up for your heavy sounds, then I would suggest one of the low wattage tube amps. If you're looking for heavy sounds from the amp itself, you're better off looking at a modelling amp with channel switching capabilities.
The Peavey Vypyrs seem ok, and might be something that you could be interested in if you're going that route. If you're going the tube route, the Epi Valve Junior, or the Peavey Valveking Royal 8 might be good choices for you as well.
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