#2
I have it, it's total crap unless you want to play high gain metal, in which case, it's one of the better practice amps for that kind of thing.
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#3
i have the 210. i brought it up to school for dormroom practice. thats all it really is too, a practice amp. what will you be using it for and what style of music do you play. and budget will help as well.
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#4
Well, I have a $150 budget. Right around there. I play mostly metal and Bluesy hard rock a la Guns N Roses. I do appreciate the high distortion metal, and i heard this things got like 99 presets including a Marshall Stack that would go good with my Les Paul. I think its better than the Marshall MG series and Crates that are in the same price range.
#5
while i do like it better than the MGs and Crates, i still think that a Roland Cube might be better for you.

now what i really want to stress is go out and play as many amps in your price range that you can. try the roland, try the behringer, try a vox valvetronix. do not limit your search to the low level modelers either. check out, i you can play at decent volumes without anyone complaining, the Epiphone Valve Junior. a 5 watt tube amp. its highly praised around here and i like it myself. Though for the gain levels you want you might want to throw a nice overdrive in front, like a digitech bad monkey. you can get all this for somewhere around 200ish if you play your cards right.
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#6
Yeah Roland cube is probably your best bet. I have a Behringer GMX212 that I've used for about 3 years but I think its time to move on so I think I'm gonna sell it and put the money towards a tube amp. But like I said its a decent amp for starting out/practicing. Ive actually gigged with mine twice and it held out fine.
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