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I need help choosing a good practice amp for my guitar. Something with great clean tones. It can be either solid state or tube, but probably solid state because my budget's about $150. No digital effects, just an amp with great tone.
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To get the most value for this price range, you are going to probably want to go used.
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http://www.zzounds.com/item--CRAV50112

Get this now. It's an absolutely fantastic deal. And it's a tube amp with nice cleans.
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I need help choosing a good practice amp for my guitar. Something with great clean tones. It can be either solid state or tube, but probably solid state because my budget's about $150. No digital effects, just an amp with great tone.


Honestly, the best tone you'll get for $150 will be from a modeler. That's because good audio components are expensive but you can use the same PCBs and algorithms with modelers, so the downgrade isn't as big.

If you must go analogue, a Vox Pathfinder, or a second hand AC4TV.