#1
I need a cheap practice amp, one that is capable of a nice grungy sound as well as high quality cleans. I decided on one of these two. Which of the two should I buy????
#2
i have the mini deluxe... have u tried them yet? they sound absolute crap other than just for messing around the house. The mini deluxe has nothing BUT an extremely high gain farting speaker amp. I should add tho that it was my 3rd amp ever, 1st was a flea market style 15w crap amp. The 2nd was a fender 15r frontman, at that time i thought the world of it. It is going to be an amp that is just for fun, trying to get a great grunge, rock, jazz etc anything sound that sounds good is gonna be too much work. I'd go with a roland micro cube with a strap, a bit bigger but SOOOOO MUCH better.
#3
Quote by zamanakhan
i have the mini deluxe... have u tried them yet? they sound absolute crap other than just for messing around the house. The mini deluxe has nothing BUT an extremely high gain farting speaker amp. I should add tho that it was my 3rd amp ever, 1st was a flea market style 15w crap amp. The 2nd was a fender 15r frontman, at that time i thought the world of it. It is going to be an amp that is just for fun, trying to get a great grunge, rock, jazz etc anything sound that sounds good is gonna be too much work. I'd go with a roland micro cube with a strap, a bit bigger but SOOOOO MUCH better.

id go for a micro cube, but I'm so short on cash I need one that's £50 or less. Which is inconveniant.
#5
keep an eye out. i picked up a vox mini3 for just over £60 a couple of weeks ago. occasionally they're on offer.
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#6
I have the tone master and it sounds good if you run the line out into better speakers, when I use it I tend to send it into powered computer speakers or the aux in of a bigger amp. It's nice and grungy, kinda fuzzy. There are better practice amps to be had in the $100 and under range, but if you like micro/mini amps you could do worse.
#7
Quote by KingSwedefire
id go for a micro cube, but I'm so short on cash I need one that's £50 or less. Which is inconveniant.



i know its hard... but save up!!! if u have a computer download something similar to garageband and use that as an amp (not sure of what u can use for windows.) i've seen used micro cubes for as little as $50 barely more than the price of a new micro amp.
#9
Quote by KingSwedefire
id go for a micro cube, but I'm so short on cash I need one that's £50 or less. Which is inconveniant.

Since it's clearly only for playing in the house, why don't you just get a £12 USB audio interface and Amplitube FREE?
#10
Quote by kyle62
Since it's clearly only for playing in the house, why don't you just get a £12 USB audio interface and Amplitube FREE?

because i can't access a computer with any ease.