#1
Ok what happens when theres a large house fire and you manage to get your guitars out with a scorched arse and then when outside you can't get back in and all your gig gear gets burnt...with a gig the next day.

Basicly your f*cked.

And thanks to insurance they won't pay for it. Something about i "chose" not to pull a very large amp out of the window on the conservatory so that i could get a new one. -.- Im a 15 year old girl thats not very strong...and also my windows not big enough.

So Now im on a very tight budget and need to buy

* Amp Suitable for gigging
* Effects Pedal
* Foot Controller

Hannah.
#3
Well, how tight is tight? What's your actual cash budget?

And what kind of effects pedal do you need? Overdrive, chorus, reverb, what?

And what styles of music do you play.

And just out of curiosity, what guitars did you save, and what kind of amp got left behind?
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#4
Quote by darkarbiter7
Well, how tight is tight? What's your actual cash budget?

And what kind of effects pedal do you need? Overdrive, chorus, reverb, what?

And what styles of music do you play.

And just out of curiosity, what guitars did you save, and what kind of amp got left behind?



Tight is £100 Like i said very tight.

Pedal wise : Distortion, wah.

And the guitars i Saved were : Bc rich Warlock, Epiphone Les paul Special 2 and a fender strat.

And it was a line 6 Spider.
#5
I'd say with that budget go for a MicroCube and save up for a wah pedal.

You wont even come near an amp you could gig with with that kinda money.
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#6
Ouch.
Well, you didn't lose too much of an amp then atleast .
Um... not really sure you can get a gig worthy amp for that amount. Whatever Europe's version of the Epiphone valve junior is, get that I guess.
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Weber MASS Attenuator
#7
Microcube is the best bet, they're about £65 in Sound Control....just pray that any gigs have a PA.
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#8
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Microcube is the best bet, they're about £65 in Sound Control....just pray that any gigs have a PA.



Hmmm ok then. But Ive managed to get £30 more.

So now its £130

Ive also get a pedal donated to me so now i jst need the amp really.
#9
In all honesty, as an emergency amp that's cheap and loud I'd say hunt for a used Peavey Bandit.

And not just because I'm selling one

...seriously, it'll go for well under a ton.
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