#1
Hey guys, I have a huge solid state, sounds live, but its freaking loud and not space-efficient. I'm not gonna sell it, but I do want some kind of small *combo* low-watt amp for recording. Something that sounds good, please. Thanks!
#2
Epiphone Valve Jr combo if you have a decent pedal board. Also what kind of amp is you "HUGE" one and what are u selling it for?
EDIT: NVM i read that wrong
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#4
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I'm not selling it... its a Blues Cube 60.

EDIT: I want something with an EQ.

Thats what EQ pedals or EQ rackmounts are for. IF you have the right pedals epi valve JR's are great amps because you can easly adjust your pedals w/out having to bother w/ the controls on the amp. Ive only tried one once but i like it, now that i think about it it would make a decent amp for when we practice because those suckers get loud. Im thinking about getting one of the valve JR heads j/ 2 play around on but later this summer i should be getting a Vox or Rocktron head
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what styles of music do you play? and whats your budget?
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#8
Go for either an EPI VJ, or one of those Fender ones (BJ, or one of the new low wattage ones), then you can crank it and such. You don't need eq, you can do eq post.
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#10
You should be able to get a tone stack added to that amp for relatively cheap.
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what styles of music do you play? and whats your budget?

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#12
Tech21 Trademark 10 or 30. The 10 is money but discontinued. I think this also comes with a direct out for recording.
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Tech21 Trademark 10 or 30. The 10 is money but discontinued. I think this also comes with a direct out for recording.
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IMO direct out recording sucks. You get the tone of the amp but you dont have the tone of the speakers. If you want good sounding recordings i would suggest getting a good mic, mixer and micing the amp up because the speakers make a big diffrence in tone.
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#14
Well it does come with a speaker.
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#16
Epi Valve Jr., Roland Microcube, Ibanez Valbee, Vox DA5, V-Series V58, Crate V8 Palmino.

Just search them up on google
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IMO direct out recording sucks. You get the tone of the amp but you dont have the tone of the speakers. If you want good sounding recordings i would suggest getting a good mic, mixer and micing the amp up because the speakers make a big diffrence in tone.

+ 1

Plus I like to experiment with mics.