#1
im looking for something not to expensive (dont want to spend more then $200 on it) for a practice amp for my room (i will be buying a bugera 1990 for when i want to be loud )

i was looking at the bugera V5 since its a tube amp, it can be as quite as i want it, and has a headphone jack if i want to turn it up.

any other suggestions? it can be tube or solidstate, i just need a quieter amp, a headphone jack or effects loop would help to, but arnt needed

ohh, and i would be playing blues, rock, punk, and some early metal on it (i will have an overdrive and distortion pedal in front of it if needed)
Last edited by HateToWin at Oct 11, 2009,
#2
What kind of music do you play? I would recommend a Peavey Vypyr
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#3
Peavey Vypyr 30
If you extend your budget you can get a Vox AC4TV Combo
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#4
Big fan of the Vox Valvetronix amps myself. Not the most dependable, but the range of tones is quite good. The built in noise gate also works well.