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Someone is selling this little amp for less than 100 bucks on a local classifieds site...says it's practically new and he got it with his first guitar then gave up playing.

I've looked up a few reviews and it seems like it would suit me for studio use. It's a class A tube amp, with absolutely nothing fancy whatsoever. It has an output to hook up a bigger cab to the amp and some of the reviews have said it's a great sound for the price.

I have a line 6 POD that has a tonne of effects on it, and a couple pedals. I also have a SS amp that could be used as an extension cab. I'm hoping this will be an good studio setup.

Does anyone have any experience with them?
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#2
I've tried it. Prefer the Vox AC4 or the fender champ 600. But its a good price for less than a hundred.
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I have one in my bedroom. Combined with pedals or a multifx it's a very nice warm sounding amp. If you want to crank it, then it will sound a lot better with an ext cab. I got mine new when GC had a killer sale @ $79. But any number under $100 for a pristine one is good.
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i herd the acousticmirror mod'd ones go for dumble prices.
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I've tried it. Prefer the Vox AC4 or the fender champ 600. But its a good price for less than a hundred.


I had originally wanted the vox but nobody seems to be selling them and this seems like a great deal.
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Capitalization is the difference between "I helped my Uncle Jack off the horse" and "i helped my uncle jack off the horse"
Quote by stepchildusmc
either way your gonna need a big bucket... how you set it under the horse is up to you.