#1
Hey everyone, i was just wondering if you know about some cheap but still good and versatile amplifiers.
I hardly know anything about them so some tips and tricks to make them sound better would also be nice.

The one i have now has one volume knob, one trebble knob, one bass knob and one of them little buttons... Not at home atm so that's all i've got
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#2
If it's for home practice, I strongly suggest a Roland Microcube or Cube30X.
Cube's are very very versatile, have a few built in effects, 8 different amp models, etc. They are also cheap. The Microcube is a 10-15 watt (I dont remember) and the 30X is a 30 watt amp, both have same options.
If you want a bigger cube, you can get a 60 watt one too, but it costs a lil more obviously...
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#3
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If it's for home practice, I strongly suggest a Roland Microcube or Cube30X.
Cube's are very very versatile, have a few built in effects, 8 different amp models, etc. They are also cheap. The Microcube is a 10-15 watt (I dont remember) and the 30X is a 30 watt amp, both have same options.
If you want a bigger cube, you can get a 60 watt one too, but it costs a lil more obviously...


+1

Exactly what he said, I have a micro cube and it does wonders for home practicing.
#4
I would have a look at some of the cheaper Peavey amps.
They don't blow your ears, but they have a looot of features, and you can get them for a very resonable price.
but man, go down to a store, plug it in and try it out
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#5
I know one of my friends have an echo effect on his amp, but this can be done by pedals and such too right?
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#6
Roland Cube, Peavey Vypyr, Vox Valvetronix(pretty good, not the best). Just a few cheap versatile amps.
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