#1
MY FRIEND is starting out on electric guitar, and he's pretty sure hes buying either a squier strat or a dean evo. the question is, however, what amp to get. the amp i thought sounded good(on paper) was this one:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Kustom-Tube-12A-Practice-Amp?sku=481230

he wants to play a little bit of enverything, but mostly punk, modern rock and reggae. would this be a good amp? or is there a better beginner amp in this price range you could think of?
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#2
I don't really know about that amp, but you could consider a Vox Valvetronix or a Roland Cube (Microcube probably, 15 and 20 suck, but 30 is good).
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#3
Ims ure there are alot bigger for that price range, beginners dont need tubes
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I don't really know about that amp, but you could consider a Vox Valvetronix or a Roland Cube (Microcube probably, 15 and 20 suck, but 30 is good).



I have a microcube and a 20 watt cube and I definitely wouldn't say the 20 sucks. The microcube has cooler amp modeling but the 20 watter can defintely hold its own as a practice amp. I can get cleans out of it that are on par with my epiphone valve special.
#6
i bought a vox dA20, it was 220 euros. Also have a squier and it fits very good. If I were you tell your friend to buy this one nice price/quality-balance
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#7
Thats a nice amp for beginners, I have it and still use it! The gain isn't really that great but if you get a booster or a distortion pedal it sounds good, but since he is a beginner he should just play on a clean channel anyway!