#1
So I've been using a cheap practice amp for a while, and I'm looking for, well, a better amp. My budget is about $500-$600. I'd prefer an amp that's good all around for every style. And I use a fender stratocaster. Nothing special about it.
#2
Location?
Gigging?
Used or new?
Exactly what does "every style" mean?
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#3
Marshall MA50?
Don't know how versatile it is but an All Tube Marshall combo for that price seems perfect
#4
I'm in the United States. I'm not planning on gigging with it, I'd just prefer an upgrade from the amp I have right now. The only settings on it are tone and gain, as well as a button for switching to distortion. I would prefer a new amp. And by every style I mean an amp that could be used for all genres of music. I'm not saying that buying an amp will make me sound better.
#5
Fender Blues Junior. They can do damn near anything except, of course, real heavy metal tones.
Gretsch 5120
Fender Jazzmaster
MIM Fender Strat
Fender Blues Junior
Fender Hot Rod Deville 212
Misc Pedals
#6
Peavey Vypyr Tube. Really versatile and good sounding.
Quote by Todd Hart
Shooting your friends with a real gun is a definite faux pas.

Quote by mystical_1
Professor Plum in the Studio with a new Amp

Quote by snipelfritz
If only I were the only one at home right now. I don't need my parents asking who Mr. Wiggles is.