#1
Hi,

I need to get a practice amp as my 2x12 is just too loud (got a complaint from neighbours yesterday ). I need something that has a good clean and distorted along with possibly an mp3 in and a headphone out socket. The most important thing is the sound quality.
#5
as long as it had vox (?) in out, (typically the red/white colors although the colors change) you can get a mp3 player through it just need a cable and an adapter
either way its bad - i dont know animals
#6
Roland cube 15? 30 maybe?
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#7
Budget aint that important, upto £200 i guess, I suppose if I could use it to practice with the band then even better and maybe the budget would go up a bit. We play stuff like Kings of Leon, Foo fighters, RHCP, Police, oasis, Jimi H, so quite a diversity. Im in the UK.
#9
What about one of those tube Peavey Vypyr? I think they have those mp3 inputs or whatever. Pretty good amp too, as I've heard.
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#10
The Peavey Vypyr is good practice amp or a roland cube.
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#11
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In that case, look at this:
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/78308

Seems perfect for what you're doing, will be loud enough for band rehearsals.


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#12
Roland Microcube or any of it's bigger companions or the VOX VT series, both are great practise amps,
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#13
I just picked up a 2nd hand Marshall MG30DFX for £50 so that'll do for now. Im interested in the pocket pod though. Does anyone have any experiences with it?
#14
Tell us about its CRUSHING OVERDRIVE.


And the pocket POD's nice.
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#15
Quote by Crispo77
Hi,

I need to get a practice amp as my 2x12 is just too loud (got a complaint from neighbours yesterday ). I need something that has a good clean and distorted along with possibly an mp3 in and a headphone out socket. The most important thing is the sound quality.



Your looking for:

Peavey Backstage Amp

Specs:
10Watt
1 x 6.5 inch Speaker
2 Band EQ
Tape/CD/mp3 Input
Headphone Jack

£40 brand new
#16
You are so going to get flamed for getting a Marshall MG, and I've heard pocket pods are rubbish, they apprently sound far far too digital.
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#17
Quote by Crispo77
I just picked up a 2nd hand Marshall MG30DFX for £50 so that'll do for now. Im interested in the pocket pod though. Does anyone have any experiences with it?


I would also like to hear about its crushing overdrive.

I'd say you should go for a Cube.
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#18
Clean is actually quite good and the overdrive is OK for lead stuff. It might sound OK with the pocket pod??
#20
cube or vypyr, but also look at the Line 6 POD series.
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#21
I'll recommend a Peavey Vypyr. My 2nd choice would be a Roland Cube. No other options. These two seem to be the most popular nowadays.
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#22
Thread went from sound quality is important to an MG. That just blows me away.
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#24
not when you could have gotten the microcube for £70. Don't let its size fool you, it has a rather good tone and is plenty loung enough for playing by yourself