#1
Which one do you guys think would be better?

It will be my first amp.
I don't have my own guitar yet, but I'm planning to buy an Epi LP Standard.
I'd like playing Muse, Queen of the Stone Age, Stone Temple Pilots...

Now I've got these 2 options:

VOX Pathfinder 15R ($119 ) and Marshall MG15CDR ($149)

Thanks!
#2
Between those two, definitely the Vox. I've played it and it sounds pretty good for a solid-state practice amp. Much better than the Marshall.
#4
Yes don't ever buy a marshall MG. If you want a cheap little amp that DA5 is good. Roland Micro Cube is good too, if you are willing to save up go for the cube 30x (ignore 15x and 20x though).
#5
Get an Epi valve junior for that price.
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#6
Thanks steven seagull
But something I'm sure about the VOX DA5 is that It doesn't have Bass and Treble Control.
I don't know if this will limitate the ability to achieve good sound
#7
If you want a cheap VOx Amp, get one of the smaller Valvetronix (I think the smallest they do is 15W) they're dirt cheap for a good amp
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#8
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Thanks steven seagull
But something I'm sure about the VOX DA5 is that It doesn't have Bass and Treble Control.
I don't know if this will limitate the ability to achieve good sound


Well you're not going to get a good sound at this price - unless you look at an Epiphone Valve Junior combo or head and cab - and even then, with this being your first amp, a lot of people are scared of tube amps (Because they lack common sense )

IMO, you should be spending LESS on your guitar and a bit more on your amp, and balance out all your money so you spend half of it on a guitar and half on an amp. A better amp and sound will give you more fun than a slightly more expensive guitar.
#9
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agreed, but if you have to pick between those two, the pathfinder.
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