#1
zup im a relatively new player so i do not have the best gear. Im doing well tho as my teacher tells me. But right now i have a used fender princeton 112 plus. For 70 bucks im happy with it right now. At least I think. Does anyone know anything about this amp? I plan on getting a new one and thats what im hear for. I want a good amp not really expensive im willing to go up to 400 maybe 500 but my genres i like are grunge, like alternative early pumpkins work, and some classic rock. Whats a good amp that with the right pedals i can achieve the tone of those genres. it will mostly be used for grungy/alternative music.
#2
Egnater Tweaker maybe?
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#3
Peavey Valveking all the way. it excells at those types of tones and will work great in a band situation or at home for practice.
#4
The Princeton is a classic amplifier. Is yours one of the reissues? If not show us some pictures please.
If it's loud enough for you then it should do all you need. Just find a nice overdrive pedal to go in front of it. You aren't going to find a better sounding amplifier no matter how hard you look. Maybe look towards getting a decent 2x12 speaker cab to go with it. It's just running a single 10" speaker at the moment, no?
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#5
check out the jet city stuff, those should do really well for you. maybe a marshall haze or ma series? i think the class 5 would be a little too barebones for you. maybe try and save up and look into doing an orange tiny terror. pretty sweet little amp
#6
Quote by Cathbard
The Princeton is a classic amplifier. Is yours one of the reissues? If not show us some pictures please.
If it's loud enough for you then it should do all you need. Just find a nice overdrive pedal to go in front of it. You aren't going to find a better sounding amplifier no matter how hard you look. Maybe look towards getting a decent 2x12 speaker cab to go with it. It's just running a single 10" speaker at the moment, no?


i'm pretty sure he means the solid state one not the tube one that is a classic.