#1
my friend is looking for an amp to put behind her digitech GNX4
she is looking for about 100 dollars
nothing specific just looking to amplify her pedal
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#2
Roland Cubes are the best of the smaller amps, they do cost a little more. BUt to nice nice you have to pay the price.
#3
actually we were looking at those
she doesnt need the tones which is what makes cubes expensive
she is just going to put her GNX4 through it
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#4
Roland are of course very good amp, but don't buy one if you already have a good pedal, you'll simply not use it... Roland's tone is very good.

I'll suggest you a Peavey or something like that, how much what she want and which style of music she play?
#5
i agree with wickedlefty. ive played thru a handfull of roland cubes and all of them sounded great. If she ever decides on getting a higher budget, then keep her far away from line 6 spiders and marshall mg's and mghd's. Vox valvetronix is a great line to consider too
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#6
tell me about it
i bought a line 6 spider
not my best decision
with a bit of playing it sounds not so bad though
better than marshall mg
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#7
Try and find a used keyboard amp. For the GNX4 something with a full frequency response is better than a guitar amp.