#1
I'm getting this amp for $250 used at Music-Go-Round. Right now all i have is a Kustom tube 12 practice amp. A big ass tube amp is out of my budget so dont tell me get a marshall stack, but im just wondering if this is a decent amp for practicing and eventualy small venue gigging? i have an epihpone les paul special II with emg 81 85 pickups and an RP150 effects procesor
#2
my guitar teacher has one and the gane is ace really clear and crisp clean is also good
#4
i just bought a peavy valveking 112, only 50 watts, but all tube, kicks ass

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#5
Peavey Bandits are great sounding and reliable. Next best thing to tubes. You could however get a Crate Palomino 5 watt combo which would be almost as loud or louder and sound better. Depends on your needs. I use an old 1984 Peavey Backstage Plus (35 watts very loud SOB) for practice and I am very happy with it, but I also have a tube amp. If I could only have one I would pick tubes.
I would try to get the price down on the Bandit. $220 would be better, depending on how old it is. And try it out extensively first.
#6
ive got a Revoloution 112, its absoloutly awsome.
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#7
they are great! great clean sound, not that great distorsion though, altough it's still good. Insanely loud too

but I would still recommend buying a small tube combo instead. it's worth it
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