#1
Hey guys, I'm on the market for a new practise amp, I'm currently using a valveking, but its just too loud/big.

I'll be using a gt-8 so I don't need a good drive channel, if one at all.
I own a micro cube, but I just can't use it, sounds really horrid, I'm a bit fussy about tone.

So something that sounds good would be good, maybe a small valve, or a SS with enough bass.

Thanks again UG.
#2
Well if your happy with the sound your valveking makes, you could get that 5watt peavey royal in the valveking series, the peavey nano or like a small epiphone tube amp
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#4
Get a small bass amp like my fender rumble 25.

This is as close to flat response as you can get and perfect for pedals with amp modeling.