#1
Hey guys been playing seriously for the last 6/8 months and have been playing with my shocking electra? starter amp for far too long (I have had a guitar for 3-4 year but it was a shoddy half size job) Any way here's the info:

Budget: Probs around £100 - £130

Genres: Funk, Rock, Chili's, John F, Josh K all that gooood stuff Also I like the idea of having this clean and getting pedals eg. not Line 6

Used probs: more value for money/tightarse

Home/Recording/With drums: Will be looking to record but can probs get an interface for that but mainly for practising and jamming

Closest City-Nottingham/Lincoln

Current gear- Vintage Les Paul Stylee, Squire strat Style, And the crappy eleca amp


Cheers for this guys
#2
im currently using a laney cub 12r...while that may be out of the budget id loof at the 5W or 10W versions...although those might not be able to keep up with drums
#5
im not sure how likely you are to find used seeing how they were released this year...but i suspect that the 15W which has a good 1W mode for home would cost about 150 used...but i'm not sure
#7
vox vt or fender mustang.
Squier Vintage Modified 1970s Stratocaster.
Squier Classic Vibe 1970s Precision Bass
Guitar Rig 5
Presonus Audiobox
Behringer Truth B2030A
#8
If you can mic it for jamming get a fender champ or a Vox AC4. Probably won't be able to mic it but if you can get a small tube amp.
Quote by FEngHLyan

She will join the prom.

She insists to wear this lights.

I don't think so.

How can I persuade her?
#9
Are there any Marshall's maybe that would be good? Or I saw an Epiphone Valve amp anybody used one?
#10
Right seems I might have up to around £300 and I'm looking at a decent stack as I am going to be playing in front of 200+ people soon any advice would be nice, was thinking about the blackstar stack?
Last edited by nouralewiwi at Dec 18, 2011,
#12
Quote by nouralewiwi
Right seems I might have up to around £300 and I'm looking at a decent stack as I am going to be playing in front of 200+ people soon any advice would be nice, was thinking about the blackstar stack?

In the 70's you maybe actually needed a big halfstack to get heard but it's different now. Any venue that fits 200+ people should have a PA system so even a small combo will do.
#13
Ah alright but for practise we have no PA so it would need to be loud and the thing I like about Stacks is that I can gradually change it/Modify