#4
You get what you pay for..........id not recommend buying from argos, you can get a roland cube or a vox da5 for just a little bit more money which are pretty good practice amps for a beginner.
#5
But can someone comment on this one? As I want to know what it is like. I don't want any reccomendations.
#9
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No.. I just want to know what this amp is like...

It's terrible.

Happy now?

Stump up £65 for a Roland Microcube, that way you'll at least have something that you won't want to get rid of after a week.
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#10
Not a great amp. there you have it.

imitates crunchiness with crappy transistors, not what you should be concerned with. most of your tone comes from your amp. Better amp= Better tone. that amp is basically a box with a speaker.