#1
im looking for a new amp
like a 10-15w beginner amp for like 50-100$ i can practice on and get a decent sound quality
any suggestions?
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#2
Microcube
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#3
orange tiny terror!!!.... hahaha....

option in that range are too wide... id go for a roland cube
#4
^Yup, that or the VOX DA-5

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UG will hate me for this but im gonna say the spider iii by line 6
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id go for a roland cube

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UG will hate me for this but im gonna say the spider iii by line 6

microcube > any spider.
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#8
Cube is good, about $125 USD. Peavey Backstage, about $60. Two very good starter amps, decent sound. The Cube has built-in effects that sound reasonably good to me, and I hate digital/modeling. The Peavey sounds much more like a tube amp. For metal the Cube is better, for blues/classic rock the Peavey. Might get lucky and get a deal at a pawn shop (watch out for sharks) but no MG's or Spiders (junk/bad sound.)
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UG will hate me for this but im gonna say the spider iii by line 6

whoa whoa whoa....hold on buddy....
I totally agree. But only if you have extreme paitence, which coindentally, UG doesn't have.
But if your lookin for a cheapie, Peavey Backstage. Just don't try using stompboxes with it....
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Cube is good, about $125 USD. Peavey Backstage, about $60. Two very good starter amps, decent sound. The Cube has built-in effects that sound reasonably good to me, and I hate digital/modeling. The Peavey sounds much more like a tube amp. For metal the Cube is better, for blues/classic rock the Peavey. Might get lucky and get a deal at a pawn shop (watch out for sharks) but no MG's or Spiders (junk/bad sound.)


i'd definitely look at some of the low end peaveys. blazer, rage etc very nice amps, they won't have all the effects and models like the cube and vox, but they sound pretty nice for the price. i'm still reasonably happy with my peavey blazer which was my first amp
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