#1
Orange micro crush, Fender mini twin, Danelectro Hodad DH-1...

Such stuff.

Is there such an amp worth buying, or I'm better off with a cube or THR if I want a portable and reeeeeally small amp?
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#3
What purpose would these small amps have? Why not get some softwhere or a POD if you want to stay quiet? Just another option...
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#5
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Orange micro crush, Fender mini twin, Danelectro Hodad DH-1...

Such stuff.

Is there such an amp worth buying, or I'm better off with a cube or THR if I want a portable and reeeeeally small amp?


I have a Blackstar Ht-1. Fairly good sound, but it doesn't have any effects, except distortion. It doesn't even have some of the standard stuff (low, mid treble), so if you don't like it when every knob is at 12, you propably won't like it at all. It does have an EQ, but it sounds too muddy and thin if it isn't set on 12. It's really well-built and light. Looks beautiful too. I've had it for over two years as a practice amp, and still works fine. I like it because it's simple, only 3 knobs and distortion.
#6
I have the little Orange amp and for the money I paid it is well worth it. I would recommend one.
#7
Vox ac1 rhythm box is what I use sounds good
for a small battery amp.