#1
Fender® 25R Frontman Series II - $139
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-25R-Frontman-Series-II-Guitar-Combo?sku=480669

Roland Micro Cube Battery Powered Amp with COSM and Effects- $125
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Micro-Cube-Battery-Powered-Amp-with-COSM-and-Effects?sku=480196

Im thinking on getting an AGILE
http://www.rondomusic.net/product771.html


I play mostly rock or chords, so which amp looks like the better deal? FENDER or the Roland?
#3
Fender Frontmans really suck, go for the Cube.

Agiles are extremely good value for the price, so while it won't be professional quality, it's the best you can get in that pricerange.

EDIT: the spider sucks a lot too.
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#4
out of those, honestly i would pick the spider, i like the cube 30 and 60 a lot but i was disapointed with the microcube. and yeah the frontmans are pretty bad. just remmeber with any of these you will want to upgrade within a year.
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#5
DO NOT GET THE FENDER. I had one once and they are the worst amps I have ever played on. Just look at my review on it here
#6
lol yea Fender's cheap frontmans aren't that great.
only fenders that are good is the expensive all-tube combos
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#7
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out of those, honestly i would pick the spider

I wouldn't, atleast with the micro cube it's very portable. Spiders sound like shit.

I just noticed that cube 15s are cheaper than micro cubes, so check them out too:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Cube-15X-Amp?sku=487030
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#8
Yep go with something from the cube series. They're not very expensive, sound pretty good, and are are portable. Everything to look for in a starter/practise amp.