#1
Hi, i want to buy new amp, 50-100W, price around 350€.
Need good amp for gigg and practise.

Which of this is good`?

Marshall MG101FX http://www.gak.co.uk/en/marshall-mg101fx/19485

Marshall MG102FX http://www.woodbrass.com/en/marshall-mg102fx-electric-amp-100-w-p62945.html

Peavey Bandit 112 Transtube http://www.thomann.de/gb/peavey_bandit_112_new.htm

OR leave in comments other amp, recommindation.
Thanks!
#2
Bandit all the way. Mg's suck.
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#4
B-stock will be slightly blemished or a floor model. Don't get the MG, they aren't good
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#5
Do this https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1387138

There are loads of decent valve amps for 350 euros.
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#7
We can only post our opinions. Our opinions will be different to yours.

In my opinion, of the two you have mentioned, MGs aren't bad (despite what the others have said), but I'd probably recommend the Peavey anyway.

The only way YOU can make a decision that YOU will be happy with is to try them and see which YOU prefer. Go to as many shops as possible and try as many amps as possible. Only then will you know the answer.
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#8
Please do this? You can get way better stuff in your price range.

Quote by AtaBorMan
Do this https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1387138

There are loads of decent valve amps for 350 euros.
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#9
I hate to sound like a broken record, but you can get far superior amps, all-tube, for the price that you are looking for. Do some research and play the market a bit.
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jet city baby.
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#11
Romeo, I take it you like the jet city. I was curious about those, but there weren't any to play in my area. The classic 30 was a great amp and crazy loud, but I hated to see my Marshall go away.
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Romeo, I take it you like the jet city. I was curious about those, but there weren't any to play in my area. The classic 30 was a great amp and crazy loud, but I hated to see my Marshall go away.


its pretty nice. not brutal or anything. but a really nice practice amp for a beginner like myself.
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