#1
Hey guys, I've been looking at getting a small practice, cheaper the better but I'm not necessarily looking for the cheapest options.

I pretty much play punk, rock, blues and some metal so I'm looking for something that could fit well with any of those genres.

One thing I do need though is a good clean channel, a good overdrive channel would be great as well but not as important as I generally use pedals but from time to time (when I can't be bothered setting my pedals up) I would use the amps overdrive.

Thanks!
#4
There are probably some killer amps out there that will be perfect but they will be used. Where do you live. Otherwise, I think a Roland Cube amp will be good.

My biased opinion is that a used Peavey Vypyr 60 for $250 is best and they take pedals very well. Not the best cleans in the world but I love mine.

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#5
Awesome, thanks man. I have no problem getting a used amp. I live in North East England, UK. Any suggestions for used amps that would be worth keeping an eye out for that may fall in my price range?
#7
^ +1

initial thoughts are a modelling amp would be worth a try, but they don't tend to like dirt pedals just as much.
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#8
hi folks
i'm looking for a practice amp also suitable for most styles

did you get anything misfits?

i was looking at the roland cube lite
#9
Please make your own thread, otherwise things get confusing with two people asking slightly different questions. If you answer the questions 311 asked in a new thread you'll get plenty of help.
#10
Low end but good.... Roland uCube, Mustang & Vypyr 15watt
In between - Vox Valvetronix
Upper end used in price range - Fender SCXD (takes pedals well)