#1
This here amp
Your thoughts?

To me it seems like a blessing in disguise, since I'm on a tight budget and I need a powerful amp quickly, but I have no idea about it other than that page.

Thanks for any input.
#2
As a general rule of thumb, all high wattage cheap solid states will sound terrible/have reliability issues.

If you're struggling for cash buy used, there is no better advice I don't think.
#4
Mkay, thanks. So I'm probably better off saving a little extra and getting a Cube60? 'Cos that's what I was originally planning.

Yeah, my knowledge of amps isn't too great.
#5
Im gonna say the obvious, Save up 100 pound more and get something like the vox VT or roland cube 60! It will be worth it!

because you get what you pay for imo!
#6
Quote by Retro Rocker
Mkay, thanks. So I'm probably better off saving a little extra and getting a Cube60? 'Cos tha's what I was originally planning.

Yeah, my knowledge of amps isn't too great.


Deffinately.
#7
Quote by False_God
Im gonna say the obvious, Save up 100 pound more and get something like the vox VT or roland cube 60! It will be worth it!

because you get what you pay for imo!


I got my Cube 60 for £140... not £200...

Make sure you pay the right price mate, the Cube is a great amp!
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