#1
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CRAP! my amp sucks.

so i need a practice amp, i currently have a spider II w/ a broken efx light (nice effect, pricey to get) and my budget is CHEAP i play MCR, Taking Back Sunday, Pantera, AC/DC, GN'R

thanks guys!
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#4
Exact budget, what will you be using it for (gigging?).
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Exact budget, what will you be using it for (gigging?).

really at the most $150 USD and only a practice amp, it sucks so much i cant even use it to right songs
#8
Ive got a fender frontman 25r ive been trying to sell. Sounds really nice, near perfect condition. If you want to save yourself a fvew bucks give me a PM and we can talk more if your interested.
#9
Save up about 300 more, get a fender blues Jn. and a nice OD pedal.
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#10
the little epiphone valve special is like 5W tube, totally uncomplicated, and just what you need. and it's only $140 at MF.
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really at the most $150 USD and only a practice amp, it sucks so much i cant even use it to right songs


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Sorry I had to corect that.

Also for the amp get a Roland Microcube, those things have really good tone for a small and ss amp.
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the little epiphone valve special is like 5W tube, totally uncomplicated, and just what you need. and it's only $140 at MF.


The combo version is solid state the head version is tube and if he got the head version then he'd need to buy a cab. The epiphone amps are crap ive played a few and they are awful.
#13
the combo is tube too. but the head is still better.

he can use his current amp combo as the cab with an input mod.

and i think he should save up $225 for a cube 30.
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#14
An epi valve special for MCR and Pantera?

I think the best you're gonna get at this price is a Micro cube or a vox DA-5.
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An epi valve special for MCR and Pantera?

I think the best you're gonna get at this price is a Micro cube or a vox DA-5.

sounds like i should get the micro-cube, thanks guys!
#16
Try the new Vox Da5,it's supposably one of the best practice amps,I didn't say that though! Just in budget I think,try it. Either you'll love it or hate it.

http://www.voxamps.co.uk/products/da/da5.htm
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