#1
Hey guys, I was hoping someone could recommend a good belt amp that is under the price of $50. I know with that kind of budget the pickings are slim, but there is always something, right? Thanks a bunch fellas!
#2
They're all equally as bad. Just grab the one that looks the coolest or the cheapest depending on what you want.
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#4
Of course. It's just that I'm going on a road trip with a few of my friends and I thought it be easier to lug a little amp around than a bigger one.
#6
Just play unplugged?
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#7
That makes sense doesn't it. I just don't have an acoustic to take because of an unfortunate accident involving a little brother of mine and I don't currently I have the funds to buy a new one. I figure that instead of buying a 50 dollar K-Mart guitar, I would buy a 50 dollar belt amp.

All of these options are all good and reasonable, but not actually staying on topic. Thanks though.
#8
vox amplug are very decent for their price . better than battery powered belt amp .

you wanna practice with headphones or show off yourself with a external speaker so that everyone can hear ya ??

if you wanna practice by yourself .. vox amplug are great .
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#9
i bring my trusty dano honeytone on trips. it gets searched everytime it goes through security at the air port... lol. but other than that its a nice convience.

if anybody has good enough hearing to really tell how you are playing while you are in the back seat of a van or suv on an electric with no amp i would have a hard time with that.

now if you are just messing around on the porch, you really dont need it.

it just all what you are going to do with it.
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#10
I second the Amplug, but it depends on what style you want (AC30, metal, rock, etc.). I'd go with the classic rock Amplug myself but you might like the others.
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#11
Maybe you could CL a used Pocket Pod?
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#12
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