#1
Hey. I've just bought an Epiphone lp100, and am looking for an amp to go with it. I haven't been playing that long, so i just want one thats not too expensive. i was looking at a Roland Cube 15W, that any good? and if not can you reccomend something else in about the same price range? cheers
#3
The cube is a pretty good choice, or you could look into a vox ad15vt, both are perfect for your first amp.
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#5
Valve Junior for tone, VOX AD15VT for versatility.

The VJ really does have awesome tone, I must say.
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Hey. I've just bought an Epiphone lp100, and am looking for an amp to go with it. I haven't been playing that long, so i just want one thats not too expensive. i was looking at a Roland Cube 15W, that any good? and if not can you reccomend something else in about the same price range? cheers


In this thread i have posted some clips of the Roland Microcube:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=537312
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Roland Microcube
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#7
valve junior for classic/vintage tube tone (nothing much heavier than classic rock, basically), roland microcube for versatility, with a slight bent towards more modern tones, and vox da5 (haven't tried, hear good things, though) for versatility, with a slight bent towards more vintage tones.
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