#1
Hey everybody, I'm a beginner looking for some suggestions/advice.

I'm looking for a practice amp that preferably isn't more than 15 watts, since I'm only playing at home and our house is pretty small. I received an Orange 10 watt amp as a gift a month ago, but I need an amp that will allow me to jam with music late at night, so I don't wake everyone up.

I play metal and hard rock. Suggestions?
#2
get any amp with a headphone jack and buy headphones and you can jam as loud as you want
#4
peavey rage w/ tube drive
epiphone gothic lp
ibanez arc-300
epiphone traditional pro lp
vox ad100vht head.
vox cab
#5
line 6 spider 3 it has an input jack for head phones
i use mine at night all the time
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#6
Yeah, I was mainly looking at the Roland Cube 15 X and the Line 6 Spider III 15 watt amp.

I'm trying not to spend more than 150 bucks, considering that I need to use most of my money for stuff like school.
Last edited by Brownie2 at Jul 16, 2008,
#7
Quote by violencekid9
line 6 spider 3 it has an input jack for head phones
i use mine at night all the time


+1

I have a Spider III 15w and it's very good. Earphone output, MP3 player input, it has some good effects too like distortion, gain, reverb, tape echo, sweep echo, chorus, flanger which results in lots of differant sounds. It also has 4 settings of distortion (which are modeled on famous amps) Clean, Crunch, Metal and Insane.
And it's well built to withstand some abuse.
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#8
Line 6 Spider III 15Watt is perfect for what you are looking for. Pretty cheap too.
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#9
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#10
i would go for the cube. Have one already, and if it was stolen/lost, i would get a new one.