#1
Ok. So the Amp I have is crappy and doesn't work right. Does Anybody Know a amp that sounds good and is really cheap cause i don't have much money
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#2
Budget? Music Styles? What are you upgrading from? What will the amp be used for (bedroom, jamming, gigging)?
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#3
Roland Microcube.
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#4
Quote by T!AN
Budget? Music Styles? What are you upgrading from? What will the amp be used for (bedroom, jamming, gigging)?

the amp i have is the one that came with my guitar i want a reliable one with a good tone that isn't to loud. it be for my bedroom. Budget: So Far $60 im gonna ask my dad to help me out with it though. Music Style: Classic Rock
What are you dense?
Are you retarded or something?
Who the hell do you think I am?
I'm the goddamn Batman.

April 19th, 2011: The Night of the Boob

#5
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Roland Microcube.


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#6
$60? Keep saving...

When you get about $150-$200 you'll find some worthwhile options like...

Vox Valvetronix AD15VT. Versatile and a solid starter amp.

Roland Microcube. Also versatile and solid. Rated quiter than the Vox but still pretty loud. Can run on batteries too when needed.

Epiphone Valve Junior. Not as versatile but you get a full tube amp. It would require you to play pretty loudly to get distotion though.