#1
Hey all,
just curious about the HT-5 whether it would be worth it or not, considering I am not a great guitar player and am looking for and amp I can have a little fiddle with. Are there any other amps around the same price worth looking at?

Thank you
-James
#2
Would it be worth it or not, as opposed to what?

What are you expecting out of it and what do you play?
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#3
The HT-5 is a nice amp. I had one and no complaints. The HT-5 is particularly good as a pedal platform. The loop has both instrument and line levels, which make it extremely useful for putting pedals in the loop. It's an ideal amp if you want to use a looper pedal.

But I think the Fender Super Champ XD is a better value, sounds as good, and has more versatility. In my case I have two SCXD amps and sold my HT-5. So you can see were my vote goes.
#4
I haven't been able to play one yet, but the videos I have seen look pretty good. I am wanting to get a smaller amp for playing at home, and this is one of the ones I am very interested in.
***Guitars***
Epiphone Les Paul Custom AP (w/ 2 Seymour Duncans)
Jackson Dx10D Dinky (w/ DiMarzio PAF Bridge)
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#5
Quote by fly135
The HT-5 is particularly good as a pedal platform.


I’ll agree with this, but with a caveat—it’s kind of mandatory that it be a pedal platform, because it doesn’t shine without help.