#1
I'm looking for an amp that has the capability of making it play simple drum beats out of the amp itself. know what I mean? I'm on a small budget so it has to be cheap. thnx.
#2
I dont know if there even is one...
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#3
crate (i think) makes one. im not sure the model though
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#4
Fender G-DEC. You can plug a usb from the computer to it and upload new beats, you can make your own, you can even have little bass beats I think. You can also record tracks if I'm not mistaken too.

The tone is great from what I hear too.
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#5
I think Fender has one.
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#6
Your best bet would be buying a metronome. Unless you are looking to jam along with something, then you can do 1 of 2 things:
- Find some damn friends
~or~
- Buy some ridiculously expensive pedal that does it
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Your best bet would be buying a metronome. Unless you are looking to jam along with something, then you can do 1 of 2 things:
- Find some damn friends
~or~
- Buy some ridiculously expensive pedal that does it


Actually they make drum machines that will do it, and they are like $200+

so its not that expensive...
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Actually they make drum machines that will do it, and they are like $200+

so its not that expensive...

More money than I need to spend.

I still recommend that friend thing...
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#10
You could try the DigiTech RP50 EFX processor for $60. It has a drum machine in it. I haven't tried it.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/DigiTech-RP50-Modeling-Guitar-Processor?sku=150830

Mix that with the Behringer Vintager GM110 Combo Amp. It has 30 watts and a 10 inch speaker. Sounds great on distortions. The clean sound is NOT loud at all. I have this amp and it is great $70 at MF.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-Vintager-GM110-Combo-Amp?sku=480685

Thats $130.

Good Luck!
#11
But a pedal or rhythm machine so you don't compromise your amp quality. If you already have a good amp then I'd still recommend a cheap amp that's decent quality.
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