#1
So i want to buy a tube amp. I play practically everything, from funk and blues to metal I like Marshall JMP, JCM 800 sounds but they are out of my budget.. So something like vintage marshall sound would be pretty great i think. You can offer almost everything, but please make some arguments, why. My budget is 900-1300 $ (including shipping if needed, because i live in Lithuania).
#2
I have yet to play one unfortunately but to me the Bugera 6262 sounds really nice. Im not sure what your choices are being in Lithuania though
#3
bugera supposedly does a good job getting that marshall tone, but i dont know lithuanian prices
#5
laney aor 100 or 50
sovtek mig 60, 100
red bear mk 60, 120
peavey vtm 60, 120
peavey butcher

all those amps are jcm 800 clones and are way cheaper than your price range. You could buy a jcm 800 with that kind of money.
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#7
For up to 20 people in a living room, amplification should not be necessary.
We don't use an amp for our staff prayer meetings which can have up to 30 people who all sing pretty loud. For services, all acoustic guitars go straight into a DI to the console. We don't have and don't need an acoustic guitar amp.

Would only ever use an amp for stage monitoring in a full band setting, though ideally I'd rather use in-ears or a wedge controlled by an engineer since some musicians might inadvertently cause feedback or turn up the amp too loud. If the group is larger than 30 people, then u will need a small PA (or 2 channel amp) since you will also need a microphone to lead worship.
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#8
Metroamp, Ceriatone, but 1300USD will get you a JCM800...
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson Explorer New Century
Gibson RD Artist
Fender American Standard Telecaster

Amps:

Framus Cobra
Marshall JCM800 2203 - 1960A

Pedals:

Crybaby 535Q
Rockbox Boiling Point Overdrive
#9
Quote by coolaish11
For up to 20 people in a living room, amplification should not be necessary.
We don't use an amp for our staff prayer meetings which can have up to 30 people who all sing pretty loud. For services, all acoustic guitars go straight into a DI to the console. We don't have and don't need an acoustic guitar amp.

Would only ever use an amp for stage monitoring in a full band setting, though ideally I'd rather use in-ears or a wedge controlled by an engineer since some musicians might inadvertently cause feedback or turn up the amp too loud. If the group is larger than 30 people, then u will need a small PA (or 2 channel amp) since you will also need a microphone to lead worship.
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Why did u bump this old thread? and wtf r u talking about?
Guitars
Fender American Standard Strat 2008
Burny late 1980's Super Grade RLG-70 Les Paul
Sterling by Musicman JP50
Fender Classic Series 60's tele
Yamaha FS720S
Amp
Roland Microcube
Fender Blues Junior III Humholdt