#1
So I know this is guitar forum and all, but I've seen a number of people that play the keyboard. I used to be really into rock, metal, etc. and I have played the guitar for 5 years, but I don't feel those types of music anymore. All I listen to now is electronic music, dubstep, house, trance, etc. so naturally I want to learn how to play an instrument from that genre. This is the keyboard I'm set on getting

http://cgi.ebay.com/Korg-microKORG-micro-KORG-37-Key-Synthesizer-Vocoder-/370400026939?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item563d8fe13b

Now I just need info on amps. I have two guitar amps, but I'm assuming these won't suffice? I just want something small to practice with at home. Preferably under $150 if possible, new or used. Any ideas?
#2
I don't see what would be wrong using a guitar amp, if it has a decent clean channel it shouldn't colour your sound that much.
My uncle uses a studio monitor with his keyboard though
#3
Try the behringer line of keyboard amps. Very cheap and sound just as good (some say better) than the more expensive roland option. For that money i think it's your best option.
#4
a guitar amp will work but you'll have the same problems as if you were using a bass: lower notes will kill your speaker if you play loud or for a long time

don't worry about getting a really good keyboard amp honestly, as you'll never use one live, keyboards will always go straight into the PA --- that's unless you want to use it for vocals too when you do band practices

roland are supposed to make the best keyboard amps, but i found the yorkville ones to sound just as good for cheaper =)