#3
Quote by gregs1020
Lol. No. Try a vypyr15 or amplug metal.

im looking for something close to my 'Amplitube" app
but easier
i forget my ipod and converter at home allot

is there a cheap mini modeling amp?
#4
Roland Micro Cube.
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Gibson Les Paul Studio
Ibanez ADC120
Tanglewood TGRF VS
Blackstar HT20
Roland Micro Cube
#5
Quote by lfcagger
Roland Micro Cube.

something cheap
like under $50
im only going to use it when im like in my front yard
the objective is something like amplitube
only something that has speakers
i dont care TOO much about effects
all i need is overdrive
and a speaker (my neighbors actually stop and listen to me play
#6
Quote by fenderfreak100
something cheap
like under $50
im only going to use it when im like in my front yard
the objective is something like amplitube
only something that has speakers
i dont care TOO much about effects
all i need is overdrive
and a speaker (my neighbors actually stop and listen to me play

You can get all that with the Micro Cube for about $80-90, so save a bit and get it.
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Gibson Les Paul Studio
Ibanez ADC120
Tanglewood TGRF VS
Blackstar HT20
Roland Micro Cube
#7
Quote by lfcagger
You can get all that with the Micro Cube for about $80-90, so save a bit and get it.

the micro cube is $125
#8
*Looks at price*

No, save more and get a nice Roland Cube.
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#9
Quote by Woffelz
*Looks at price*

No, save more and get a nice Roland Cube.

is it battery powered?
#11
Quote by fenderfreak100
is it battery powered?


The Micro Cube is battery powered, but can also be powered by mains. Same goes for the Street Cube and Micro Cube RX. The rest of the Cube line is mains powered.
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#12
Quote by fenderfreak100
the micro cube is $125

Sorry, I'm in the UK so I wasn't sure about dollars.

Anyway, the Micro Cube is the absolute best amp you'll get for that price. Save and get it.
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Gibson Les Paul Studio
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Blackstar HT20
Roland Micro Cube
#13
Get a Smokey Amp! They're these little amps that are built inside of cigarette cases and run on a little 9v battery. They aren't modellers, but they're neat things to have around. Plus, you can run a 4X12 cabinet with them (for like 90 minutes, but what're ya gonna do?).
Actually, I go by Dave, but there are already too many Daves on this forum.


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#14
Quote by lfcagger
You can get all that with the Micro Cube for about $80-90, so save a bit and get it.


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#15
Quote by kangaxxter
Get a Smokey Amp! They're these little amps that are built inside of cigarette cases and run on a little 9v battery. They aren't modellers, but they're neat things to have around. Plus, you can run a 4X12 cabinet with them (for like 90 minutes, but what're ya gonna do?).


I'd say this.