#1
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#2
$90 is not much for an amp. the best youre going to do is a used epi vj combo...
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#4
$90? Go save up a few hundred more, then come back.
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#5
if you all you need is a small practice amp, and on that budget, i actually reccomend the spider III in this case (go ahead UG, CRUCIFY ME!!!)
#6


^You're going to need it.
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#7
well i have the marshall mg10cd. its ok i guess but you should NEVER ever use it for a gig
that thing has no watts at all. good for jamming in your room, but its not even close to being loud enough for a practice with band mates. out of that your line six is the best choice, but those choices are like choosing from s***, crap, and feces
#9
microcube ftw
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#10
^ my vote goes to microcube as well
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#12
Well numbers one, two and three all suck. There is a decent amp you can afford if you don't want to save. Peavey Transtube Rage is $87.99 on Musician's Friend. It is a really good-sounding practice amp.
#13
To get a good amp, you're going to need far more than $90, as everyone has already stated. Save up and then choose a good amp.
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