#1
...is an amp I can drag along to band practice every week. I need a cheap decent combo that I can play in a band with. I have a Blackstar HT-20 head that I use when playing at home and I'd also use it playing live. But I need something that's portable and can be heard over a drum kit.

Thanks.
#4
Budget is probably £150 max. I realise it's not much to work with but that's how it is. I've considered getting a cab but it would end up being more expensive and I couldn't really do that.
#5
Look into the Harley Benton 2x12s on Thomman.
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#6
Vox Pathfinder 10/15 R
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#8
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I've considered getting a cab but it would end up being more expensive and I couldn't really do that.

...?

There's bunches of cheap, half-decent cabs available.

Super cheap option:
http://www.musicstore.de/en_EN/GBP/Guitars/Cabinets-1x12-/Fame-GN112-Cabinet-/art-GIT0017543-000

Less cheap, with a mediocre, but bearable speaker:
http://www.musicstore.de/en_EN/GBP/Guitars/Cabinets-1x12-/Blackheart-BH112-Little-Giant-Cabinet-/art-GIT0012606-000
http://www.musicstore.de/en_EN/GBP/Guitars/Cabinets-1x12-/Ibanez-TSA112C-Cabinet-/art-GIT0019233-000
http://www.musicstore.de/en_EN/GBP/Guitars/Cabinets-1x12-/Blackstar-HTV-112-Cabinet-/art-GIT0019185-000

And here's one with a good speaker, but I don't know if the cab's construction is any good:
http://www.musicstore.de/en_EN/GBP/Guitars/Cabinets-1x12-/VOX-V112-NT-Night-Train-Cabinet-Black/art-GIT0016061-000

Or just the one that Tom posted. It's a good deal.

Either of these with a HT20 head will be better than a new combo under 150 quid.