#1
Alrite, so i want something small, with good tone. Not too expensive. I'll be playing ska/hardcore through it. Which means i need a nice clean tone. The fx on it doesnt matter to me. I'm running it through several pedals, so i can get whatever tone i want when its not on clean. But the clean needs to be rich and full.

If anyone has something like this (used only) post it up.

Also, i can use my 120 watt for power if needed.
Just looking for tone basically.

I dont care about maker really.

Preferably recorded clips up from it to hear tone.

Thanks
#2
Epiphone Valve Junior
Fender Champion 200
Crate V8

both are 5 watts

if looing for 15 watts

Crate V16
Fender Blues Junior
Fender Pro Junior

and if you dont have budget you could look into a few boutique amps.
Ibanez AFS75/Fender Strat Plus > Fulltone Deja' Vibe > Keeley TS808 MOD+ > Fulltone OCD > VanAmps SoleMate > Metro JTM45
#3
Quote by igotabcrich32
Epiphone Valve Junior
Fender Champion 200
Crate V8

both are 5 watts

if looing for 15 watts

Crate V16
Fender Blues Junior
Fender Pro Junior

and if you dont have budget you could look into a few boutique amps.

do you have them for sale?
or are you just recommending them?

and papa, im in US
so yea :\
#5
IF you're in Europe, how about the Laney VC/LC?
Fender 60th Anniversary Standard Strat,
Epiphone Les Paul ES,
Line6 Flextone III,
Laney VC15,
Some pedals,
Some recording gear.
#6
Oh god the endless list.

Epi Valve Jr
Fender Champ 600
Ibanez ValBee
Harley Benton GA5
Peavey Royal 8
Peavey Nano Valve
Fender Pro Jr
Crate V8 Palomino

15 watters, (Theyre LOUD)
Fender BJ
Laney LC/VC 15
Crate V16 Palomino
#8
If you have the 500 bucks to spend get the Joe Satriani signiture one. Its 5 watts but its a class A tube amp.
#9
oh sorry, didnt read that you were looking to buy, post this in the Gear Ads forum and maybe you'll get lucky.
Ibanez AFS75/Fender Strat Plus > Fulltone Deja' Vibe > Keeley TS808 MOD+ > Fulltone OCD > VanAmps SoleMate > Metro JTM45
#10
You aren't going to find a 5 watt that can do hardcore by itself. Are you talking about old school hardcore? Then maybe. They probably can do ska though
#12
Quote by beckyjc
Oh god the endless list.
15 watters, (Theyre LOUD)
Fender BJ
Laney LC/VC 15
Crate V16 Palomino


loud enough to jam with a drum?
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#13
^ hell yes.
Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
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#14
Quote by UnsignedRecords
^ hell yes.


thanks!
Quote by JackFlash19
A musician will work through bad gigs, rough relationships with bandmates, disagreements, and the like to further the success of the band.
#15
anytime. of course there's shades of grey though. if you need to have a completely clean tone, then you better go with 30watts. if not, yeah, 15's fine.
Gibson SG Standard + 18volt EMG-81 & 85
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
Quote by one vision
Bureaucrats gonna crat.

Recognised by the Official EG/GG&A Who To Listen To List 2008
#16
Quote by panterarocker
If you have the 500 bucks to spend get the Joe Satriani signiture one. Its 5 watts but its a class A tube amp.

yea, i was looking for a bit cheaper
if i had 500 bucks id get a used orange :$

You aren't going to find a 5 watt that can do hardcore by itself. Are you talking about old school hardcore? Then maybe. They probably can do ska though

kind of.
we're just messing around really.
its gonna be like, old school hardcore, meets a bit of grind, meets like conducting from the grave.

but yea, if its not powerful enough, then i have a 120 watt rogue that i could possibly use as a cab (for practice).

Epi Valve Jr
Fender Champ 600
Ibanez ValBee
Harley Benton GA5
Peavey Royal 8
Peavey Nano Valve
Fender Pro Jr
Crate V8 Palomino

15 watters, (Theyre LOUD)
Fender BJ
Laney LC/VC 15
Crate V16 Palomino

oh wow, thanks man
ill check some of those out.

of course there's shades of grey though. if you need to have a completely clean tone, then you better go with 30watts. if not, yeah, 15's fine.

yea, i do kind of need really clean, good tone.
ill probably use it to record too. (my mixer's not that great, it has gain built in that i cant bypass. so im going to have to mic the amp. but its fine, i have good condensors)
so yea :\