#1
i saw a used one at a local pawn shop for 300 n the guy said he would give it 2 me for 150
is it worth it?
#3
im pretty sure that amp is over 500, if hes giving it to you for 150 its probably broken or something.
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#4
Quote by meanppls7
i saw a used one at a local pawn shop for 300 n the guy said he would give it 2 me for 150
is it worth it?


If he lets you try it and it works, then go for it.

EDIT: Assuming you don't already have an amp that can easily trump the AVT. What amp are you playing through right now?
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Last edited by Kutanmoogle at Sep 18, 2007,
#5
It's a good deal for that amp, but I still wouldn't take that offer. The AVT series are just as bad as the MGs.
Keep your money and save for a better amp.
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#7
well i figured it wus a good offer since it wus used
n right now i have a spider 3 75.
but yea next time i go ill try it
#9
It isn't bad...but it is not good either, for the price. For 150 it's a good deal though, imo.
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#10
Its cheap because it doesn't sound good and mostly no one wants them. Don't fall for the Marshall name-plate.