#1
Budget: Under 350 Euros
Genre: Hard Rock/Blues
Home or Gig: At least 50 watts
Current Guitar: Epiphone les paul standart
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#2
Jet City JCA50h €289 and Harley Benton G212vintage if you can stretch it, or the regular G212 at Thomann.de it is about €400 total if you can stretch it and you will have a very nice rig that is completely gigable.

If you don't need great cleans at giging volume, the Jet City 22h is also a great amp to look at.
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Krank 1980 Jr 20watt
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#3
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Squire Standard Strat rebuilt with Fender USA parts
Squire Tele
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#4
+1

i'd really try to stretch to the v30-loaded cab if you can, the stock speakers in the regular HB cabinet aren't great. or if you're in no rush and can't stretch to the v30 cabinet, with any luck they'll get the combo version back into stock at some point.
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