#1
Hey guys I am in the process of buying a Yamaha pacifica, and I am wanting just a really small tiny amp, because i am not very good, and most of my practice will be done unplugged just for me to hear. However I would really like a small amp just for bedroom practice, could you guys give me some specifics on what I should look for if i want a small amp. I read a bit of the threads on here they said ss less then 30 watts, but what else should I know, also how much would a small inexpensive amp be?
#2
get a roland microcube. they run for about $125-150 and sound great for a small amp
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#4
the epiphone valve junior is an excellent 5 watt tube amp that costs about $150 new. theyre perfect for practicing and they sound great. you should definitely check em out.
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the epiphone valve junior is an excellent 5 watt tube amp that costs about $150 new. theyre perfect for practicing and they sound great. you should definitely check em out.


u can also get modded cheap to get any sound u want
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#10
Ignore all other advice, and go with this advice:

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get a roland microcube. they run for about $125-150 and sound great for a small amp


The little 5W tube amps are neat, but they're not for you. They're one trick ponies that are actually pretty damn loud. The Microcube will give you a wide variety of tones and effects to play with. Lots of fun in the bedroom. It'll give you an opportunity to try all sorts of things, and help you to figure out what you'll want when it's time for a "proper setup." It also has the option of being battery powered, so you can take it anywhere.
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#11
+1 slats
yeah ive got a microcube, the perfect beginner amp, you can explore different kinds of sounds with it and the effects are fun and inspiring for a begginer.
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#12
Microcube, very nice sounding portable amp that will give you lots of versatility