#1
I might get an electric guitar but I've no amp,
and the very silly question from my mother is can you put any kind of ampliefer on it; like the ones you use for your mp3 player / iPod?
Thx
#2
What's your budget, Gigging or just practice and genres you play
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#4
Quote by Lyske
I might get an electric guitar but I've no amp,
and the very silly question from my mother is can you put any kind of ampliefer on it; like the ones you use for your mp3 player / iPod?
Thx


lol i love how your mother is cheap. thats hilarious. it is possible but the tone would be very unorthodox. just get a small amp if thats what you want.
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#5
if u actually wanna play guitar get a guitar amplifier if u wanna hear loud vibrations listen to yer mom

srry fr sounding like a dick but its the truth
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#6
If you use a multifx unit you can play your guitar through computer speakers or a stereo. The cheapest decent new amp is a Vypyr 15 at $100.
#7
I recommend the Roland Cube 15x or Peavey Vypyr 15.
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#8
Quote by Jak Archer
What's your budget, Gigging or just practice and genres you play

I'm just a beginner (on acoustic) but my mom found some who's selling his Stagg Heavy ISC for 70€ but there's a little problem with the output, and the amp would just be for practise