#2
i have the 2x10. it depends, its an alright practice amp, what are you going to be using it for and what type of music do you play?
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#3
Musicians Friend sell these things. They are not in the business of posting bad reviews of their products so take all the ratings with a pinch of salt.
#4
Pretty versatile I hear (and I hear they have a dumble model?)
I was going to try one out just for the heck of it, but I couldn't.
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#5
I have the 212 http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-refurb-VTone-GMX212-Stereo-Combo?sku=480731. Pretty sturdy and pretty versatile and I love the cleans but the distortion is kinda meh. After 2 years I think its time for a new amp so I'm trying to sell mine but its good for practice and stuff and its better than the Spider II I used to have.
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#6
I need an amp for when I go jam with my friends...right now with my 15 w amp I cant hear it at all over the drums haha

I like playing all sorts of stuff but currently I am into red hot chili pepper songs...so I guess jazz...