#1
hey guys,
i am just looking for a small amp that i can practice with to make me amplified if say i drummer came into play, and i would like to use it for small gigs, so i dont want it to be too small, but i dont need it too loud.. ive been looking at the Fishman Loudbox Mini, which looks like it fits my description, but i just want to take in any other advice and suggestions and some info on the amps, before i decide on anything.. i play an old seagull my grandpa gave me, and i have a fishman pickup installed in it.
thank you!.
#3
the loudbox is a good amp. some of the smaller PA systems can be had for about the same price and may work a bit better. the fishman solo amp (fish stick) is a nice unit as well.

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#4
i'd go with a small PA. it is nice to isolate instrument amplification for a 'cleaner' sound, but a small PA is just way more versatile than small acoustic amp.
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#5
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i'd go with a small PA. it is nice to isolate instrument amplification for a 'cleaner' sound, but a small PA is just way more versatile than small acoustic amp.


what PA would you recommend? im not too familiar with them. but i understand what your saying, and a PA is probably the best way to go.