#2
nice teles are fun even if it is squier. i dont know what conversion is since american dollars blow now days but this is gud starter amp for 125.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Roland-Micro-Cube-Combo-Amp-481169-i1175936.gc
Quote by LPstudioWRz28
lol the only difference between mexican and american strats are that mexican strats are made by mexicans in mexico, and american strats are made by mexicans in america...
#3
Quote by fanboy
nice teles are fun even if it is squier. i dont know what conversion is since american dollars blow now days but this is gud starter amp for 125.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Roland-Micro-Cube-Combo-Amp-481169-i1175936.gc

Good choice if that's your budget. If not, consider this:

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Vox-Valvetronix-AD15VT-15w-1x8-Guitar-Combo-Amp-102640570-i1145734.gc

Might be a little too much. Will make a decent combo either way
#5
Quote by Mike!
+1.

Just try 'em out together. I'd have to go for the Vox instead of the Cube.

I would as well. Well be a little more versatile and useful. (Not saying that Vox > Roland at all, just in this case). Just a slightly bigger amp.
#7
A Muse sound will be very hard to get since there are a lot of effects. But I'd go with the Vox as a start.
#8
Go for the butterscotch blonde of this tele, first of all.
Second of all, epiphone valve junior half stack or combo amp.
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Please do not insinuate anything sexual from that.

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#9
Quote by TheProducer
A Muse sound will be very hard to get since there are a lot of effects. But I'd go with the Vox as a start.


Go for the Vox, I have been able to get that Muse fuzz sort-of tone on my AD15VT, it sounds pretty close to Bellamy's tone when I play to "Hysteria". The Valvetronix also has more control over the effects than the Cube.

EDIT: I'm sure this thread can help you a lot on the Valvetronix/Cube argument.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=597868
Last edited by xcommunicated at Jun 30, 2008,
#10
all good choices but if you feel like saving a little more money which i highly reccomend doing get a fender g-dec they are really cool to learn with. they have built in drum rhythym tracks and tons of effects w/ some really cool presets. go to guitar center and check one out and two hours later when your fingers are bleeding you'll realize how much its worth the extra money and buy one
dave matthews might.. just.. be.. god..

Quote by gregs1020
yes, pointing it at your head will send the sound towards your head.


it's the same with guns too, before you go testing that one.
#11
Quote by uncboy19
all good choices but if you feel like saving a little more money which i highly reccomend...


I'll have to disagree. You should expend more money on your amp than on your guitar, most of your tone comes the amp, not from the guitar. A good amp can do wonders with a crappy guitar. I'd worry about the amp first, then I'd worry about the actual guitar after I have a good amp.
#12
thats what i was talkin about... savin his money and getting a better amp once he has his guitar sorry i really wasn't too clear bout that my mistake
dave matthews might.. just.. be.. god..

Quote by gregs1020
yes, pointing it at your head will send the sound towards your head.


it's the same with guns too, before you go testing that one.
#13
amp first then guitar... i would get about $300 dollars (Conversion?) in your pocket... get the Vox and the Tele
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Amps dont matter.
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