#1
I've got a chance to buy one of these, used, for £230.

I play post hardcore (funeral for a friend), punk (billy talent), and enjoy blues improv :P
(bands are just examples)

This will be used for everything from bedroom practice, to occasional band practices and even a few gigs.

I hear the cleans are brilliant, and it can handle pedals pretty well.


And I just want to know, for this price, and what I play, is there anything better out there?
#2
for hardcore...........you are better off with a different amp...... but for punk you just need a gainy OD to got punk sounds.....

well what genre do you mostly play in your band???
and how much are you willing to spend for an amp??
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#3
Get a good OD and a Metal Muff for the very hardcore stuff, and you'll be fine.

Generally I wouldn't recommend it for hardcore stuff, but for that price I'd say you're getting a good deal.
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#4
about £400.

In the band, we do everything from post hardocre, to punk and then british indie.

For that price, I don't think theres anything better.
#5
i doubt there's much better for £230. if you're willing to stretch to £400, a laney lc30 or 50 might be worth a try.
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#6
There's always pedals you can add. Are you able to test it out/buying locally? Just to make sure it even works? That's a deal if so.
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#7
Just make sure it's in good condition, that's dirt cheap for one considering you're in the UK.
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#8
yeah, definitely. make sure it's not a gip.
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#9
Thats a great deal mate, you wont be dissapointed by that amp
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#10
its a good amp, the cleans rock, the drive channel is a bit well. . . different. some ppl like it but i don't