#1
Hey,

I'm looking into getting a new amp. Marshall to be specific.

I'm just wondering if anyone knows of a good amp that is loud, good quality, onboard effects, and wont cost a million dollars. lol

I just want something that is big enough to gig with, small enough to carry around.

Help is appreciated.

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Last edited by Dylan-19 at Jun 15, 2006,
#2
what type of music style?
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#3
whatever you do just don't get a MG series marshall.
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#4
What is your price range?
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#5
i'd recomend an AVT... the AVT gives you good versitility whie still giving good tone... also not all that expensive almost half the cost of the TSL series...
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#6
Quote by fwibble
what type of music style?


Well I play anything from Blink-182 to Black Sabbath and Metallica

Basically I would ideally like a well rounded amp that can handle pretty much everything.

I don't however play country, hip-hop or anything like that.

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#7
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What is your price range?


$0.00 - $1,000

Also, Im in Canada so keep that in mind

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#8
Quote by kevinmawae25
i'd recomend an AVT... the AVT gives you good versitility whie still giving good tone... also not all that expensive almost half the cost of the TSL series...


The AVT sucks, if you don't have alot of cash, Marshall isn't the right way to go if you don't want to spend money, save up and get this-
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Marshall-DSL401-Combo-Amp?sku=483125
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#9
Quote by edwardthegreat5
The AVT sucks, if you don't have alot of cash, Marshall isn't the right way to go if you don't want to spend money, save up and get this-
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Marshall-DSL401-Combo-Amp?sku=483125


Well that's only $1,000 I can spend about $1,000 on an amp, I just dont want to be spending like $1,500 or over.

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