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In your opinion what is the best practise amp, I can't say for myself because I'm poor and haven't experienced a good amp yet.
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Roland Microcube...the best practice/portable amp ive played.
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Oh.

Roland Microcube, Vox DA-5, or Pignose Portable depending on what you want to do.



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#7
I have a Epiphone Slingshot 25R, not super portable, but good for beginners and practicing. I wouldn't know how it would stack up to others though, since It's my first. The overdrive isn't as strong as I would like though, especially with my Telecaster, so I'm thinking about getting a pedal.
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Roland Microcube FTW
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roland microcube, vox da5 (haven't tried it, hear good things), epi VJ if you're more experienced and know what you're after in terms of tone EDIT: or any of the boutique ones, zvex nano head, cornford harley, etc..
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I love my Cube 30, Sounds awesome at low levels and the effects are good enough I can plug right in. I wouldn't really use it to gig with but when I don't want to kill the neighbors with my JSX my Cube does just fine.
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roland microcube, vox da5 (haven't tried it, hear good things), epi VJ if you're more experienced and know what you're after in terms of tone EDIT: or any of the boutique ones, zvex nano head, cornford harley, etc..


I think the VJ is best overall based on what you get for what you pay, but I also have a great cab to plug it into, and a big collection of pedals. The Nano head is also extremely cool.

Very big difference between a "just getting started" practice amp, and an "I already have a full rig" practice amp.
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does the microcube have the modelling in it? what makes it so good?
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I think the VJ is best overall based on what you get for what you pay, but I also have a great cab to plug it into, and a big collection of pedals. The Nano head is also extremely cool.

Very big difference between a "just getting started" practice amp, and an "I already have a full rig" practice amp.


Yeah, that's why I put in "if you're more experienced". Also, the VJ will have some competition soon from peavey, fender and co. That'll be interesting.



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does the microcube have the modelling in it? what makes it so good?


yeah, it does. that's basically why it's so good, lol.
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yeah, it does. that's basically why it's so good, lol.


wow sweet lol, i may have to get one eventually then lol, only £64 off GAK lol
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^ yeah.
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Yeah, that's why I put in "if you're more experienced". Also, the VJ will have some competition soon from peavey, fender and co. That'll be interesting.


Yeah, I got that. I was agreeing with you. Sometimes it's hard to tell on the internet.

It'll be interesting to see how much competition these new 5 watters are for the VJ. They're all more expensive. The Fender looks cool, but costs more, and still only has the one volume knob. Maybe the mini Valveking will get closer to the same price.

Even Crate's version costs more than twice as much!
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^ hehe, yeah. the harley benton one is about the only one that's cheaper, and it doesn't seem to have a head version (i'd be wary of the speaker and cab in an amp costing about 100 euro, lol).

I know you were agreeing with me, man, it can be awkward to get nuances across on the 'net, though.

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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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