#1
There are so many amps out there, one doesn't know where to start. Whatever money that I spend, I want to spend it all on a great sounding quality amp. I can always add effects later on. I don't want to spend money on the amp because of its effects. I amp interested in playing all kinds of music from country to rock, from rock to jazz... etc. I want something that when I play clean, its really clean.
Thanks in advance,
Lguitarjsm.
#2
What is your FULL amp budget???
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#3
You've got just the right idea, nice. But we're gonna need a budget
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#4
Quote by LGuitarjsm
There are so many amps out there, one doesn't know where to start. Whatever money that I spend, I want to spend it all on a great sounding quality amp. I can always add effects later on. I don't want to spend money on the amp because of its effects. I amp interested in playing all kinds of music from country to rock, from rock to jazz... etc. I want something that when I play clean, its really clean.
Thanks in advance,
Lguitarjsm.


What about a Roland Jazz Chorus? They are really clean and sound amazing Plus they are normally pretty cheap if you can find one...
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#5
no budget = no real helpful advise.
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#7
Quote by LGuitarjsm
My budget:
About $ 1500 dollars
Thanks in advance for all your help.
LGuitarjsm


US currency? then yes, totally get a jazz chorus. they dont have any decent distortion on them though, but you could get the line 6 distortion modeler with it and you'd be set.
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Head and Cab for $130? You don't need a head and cabinet, you need a psychological examination.
#8
For 1500$ you could get a Jazzchorus and another Combo with good distortion, like maybe a Peavey or a Laney, and could use an A/B box to switch between distortion and Clean.

This would be an awesome setup
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My Lyrics and Poems


"with golden hair and perfect eyes,

with hollow words and empty lies."
#10
^id go with the first one
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#12
Get a Silverface Fender Twin Reverb, it's a lot nicer than the Roland Jazz Chorus.

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