#1
Okay, I went into my local second hand shop the other day, and they recently took a ****load of music stuff.

I walked to the back, and saw these:

Roland Cube 30: $280AUS
Crybaby wah original: $125AUS
Roland Boss ME:20 multi effects pedal: $275AUS
Jackson dinky? Or soloist? I didn't get a proper look at it: $485AUS

Im really interested in the jackson, all of the gear was in good condition.

Here's my choices that I can afford

The wah+amp
The multi+wah
The guitar

What should I get?????
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#2
Whats your current gear? And what kind of music do you play?
Fender Mexi Strat
FuzzFace/Rangemaster
Boss RC-2
Line 6 Flextone III XL
Ibanez aw20ce

FS/FT
Boss TU-2
Marhsall BB-2
Digitech Digiverb
Digitech PDS1700
535q wah
#3
Current: Zoom G2G multi effects pedal

Greg Bennet Avion AV1

Marshall MG

I play mostly prog metal, metal and jazz
RIP CHUCK 13/12
RIP DIME 08/12
RIP ALEXI 12/12/08

FEAR OF THE MARK, I love you!!

This isn't a war on drugs, its a war on personal freedom, never forget that - Bill Hicks
#5
Personally, I'd get the guitar. You don't need another practice amp.
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#6
Quote by Raijouta
Personally, I'd get the guitar. You don't need another practice amp.

this

You should really save for a better amp than the cube, after you buy the guitar. The cube isnt that great of an upgrade from a MG.

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-MXR CC Delay
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-Egnater Rebel 20
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My rig is simple
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#7
^ yup. while the MG is ****, no doubt, the cube ain't much better... and you don't want those fx, especially not at those prices (hmmm... actually, not sure what the conversion rate is... i'm just basing that off the given price of the dinky/soloist).
#8
Quote by GrisKy
^ yup. while the MG is ****, no doubt, the cube ain't much better... and you don't want those fx, especially not at those prices (hmmm... actually, not sure what the conversion rate is... i'm just basing that off the given price of the dinky/soloist).



Hmm, but the mg is so ****ty
And by the reviews of the cube on here the cube must be a hellofalot better...


But im still leaning towards the guitar, cause that's a great deal
RIP CHUCK 13/12
RIP DIME 08/12
RIP ALEXI 12/12/08

FEAR OF THE MARK, I love you!!

This isn't a war on drugs, its a war on personal freedom, never forget that - Bill Hicks
#9
Quote by metalocalypse21
Hmm, but the mg is so ****ty
And by the reviews of the cube on here the cube must be a hellofalot better...


But im still leaning towards the guitar, cause that's a great deal



*sighs*
yes it's better, but like home dude said, it's just another practice amp. you've already got one of those, so make an upgrade that will really count. besides, you'd just want a better amp (than the cube) soon enought anyways... just save up for a quality investment.