#1
if you needed a lil 15w practice amp...what one would u pick? And would u prefer a small tube one, or a solidstate, assuming your budget is roughly $130
#5
vox adv15
if you cant find one for that price
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#6
wow thanks for the quick responses, i started some little private lessons, and i need my own lil amp for em, i have a stack at my house, but its a pain to move around, why im in market for a lil 15w, but had no idea which ones to look for. thanks.
#8
The Cube is a great choice
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#10
Quote by WtrPlyr
Yeah +1 to the cube, it's very versatile but a bit metal-orientated. If you don't play metal very much you should also look to the Vox Valvetronix.



No the Cube only has 2 "Metal " channels, a Metal setting and a Rectifier setting

It has a seperate clean channel, and if i remember an acoustic, black panel, tweed, brit combo, and classic stack settings.

Its really good for any styles
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#12
Quote by WtrPlyr
Yeah I know, I have one..


Haha i know, i was referring that to the OP
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Xotic BB Preamp, Ts9, BBE GS, Boss DD-6
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