#1
Hi all, I need a good pratice amp (~15-30W) to play at home. Now I have a crap Fender Frontman 15R, it isn't so good... I need a better one. I play mostly Metal, but I have already a good pedal for distortion: Digitech Metal Master. So I'm looking for an amp that have a nice clear sound (to do some cool acoustic parts), but wich I can still play Metal.

Anyone can suggest me? Thanks and sorry for my bad english

P.S.: my guitar is a Jackson RR3.
#2
Fender deluxe 85 watts. (Yeah I post this reply because I have the amp, but listen ). It is clear, even at really high volumes. This amp was designed to sound like a tube amp, and it is REALLY loud. They don't make 'em anymore, so look for a second hand. This saves you money too . Just give it a try
#4
Cool, but I'm looking for a pratice amp... not more than 30W. I guess an 85W will break the walls at home...

EDIT: I can spend up to $250/300.
Last edited by Poglia at Apr 24, 2008,
#6
Roland Cube?

If it's just for home practice then that will probably be your best bet.
#7
In that case, get the Roland Cube, you might want to sell your pedal after hearing it too.