#1
i want to get one of those mini amps to take with me on the road but im not sure which one i should get so i want U.Gs opinion on which is the best out of

-orange micro crush
-marshall ms2
-fender mini tonemaster
-fender mini deluxe
-fender mini tweed
-fender mini tweed

im not to fussy about what genre each would best suit i just want the over all best and if there is a better oen that i missed out on let me know.
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#2
Roland Microcube or Vox DA-5
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#4
the mini marshall one sounds absolutely bollocks......


..not if you plug a pedal in tho =]
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#5
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Roland Microcube or Vox DA-5



Vox DA-5 is amazing , just you get the right settings and bíngo..

BTW what kinds of genre do you play??
#6
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the mini marshall one sounds absolutely bollocks......


..not if you plug a pedal in tho =]



What do you mean??
Is it good if I will pulg a Boss distortion on it??
#7
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Roland Microcube or Vox DA-5
I still stand by this other than those tiny amps.
"Make my funk the P-Funk, I want my funk uncut"
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#8
Quote by Lamby-92
the mini marshall one sounds absolutely bollocks......


..not if you plug a pedal in tho =]



No.... It's still bollocks.

Stay far away from the marshall ones. Shockingly bad.


I personally would go with the Roland Microcube, It's the only mini amp I've actually been able to tolerate.
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#9
Roland Microcube without a doubt.
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#11
i would guess the orange is good. i have the marshall and it is decent. the fender deluxe is MUCH worse. i dont know about the other fenders but judging by that i would stay away from them if i were you.
#12
those mini amps all have a tiny toy speaker.


and the orange is just a tiny practice amp, nothing interesting about it.

if i had the extra money, id get the micro cube.

has a battery option, and effects.
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#13
Vox DA5, Roland MicroCube or if you want analog, get a Pignose amp. Pignose will probably handle pedals better.

All the amps you listed are well and truly horrible.
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