#1
I'm a long term bassist in a band and i've been asked to become a lead guitarist in another, i've been playing guitar for a while but never had a proper amp, can anyone advise me on which is the best amp for the best price. Any suggestions would be very appreciated.
#2
Combo, or half stack?
What price? etc.. What type of sound?
What genre?
#3
Anything thats around 30W would be great,
Marshall MG30DFX is a good practice amp with digital effects, theyre about £100
Fender Frontman 30 would also be a good choice for probably abit less
you could also try a Laney.
Go down to your local music shop and see if they have any 30W bargains, you can pick them up for 50ish quid.
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#4
Sorry i read that wrong, i thought you meant for practicing
The Official "Rockin' Roadie"

-Lakland Skyline 44-02
-Fender Marcus Miller Jazz
-Fender MiM Precision
-Fender TC90 Thinline
-Squier Stratocaster w/mods (1989)
-Orange Dual Terror
-Marshall Valvestate 8280
-Marshall VS412
-Various pedals
#5
The Peavey valveking series are a good, ever-popular choice of gigging combo. What style of music are you after?
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#6
rock, funk, punk, that kind of thing but I use alot of pedals so i'm really just looking for the right level of sound and quality etc. and for price I was thinking maybe anything up to £150 , thanks to everyone for replying by the way.
Last edited by aaciseric at May 30, 2008,