#1
i'm looking for a practice amp with good distortion (to handle the oompf of the 7 string). and of course, nothing over like 200. i was reading about berhinger v-tone, but havent gotten to try one out yet. i tried out a crate (dont know the model number) but it was a 30 watt, and had some great tone, but just a tad expensive. any ideas?
#2
microcube
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#5
get a line 75 watt only a few hundred dollars (either 400 or 500) and has great distortion and tone.
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#6
Quote by 80'smetaladdict
get a line 75 watt only a few hundred dollars (either 400 or 500) and has great distortion and tone.



but get a cube 30x
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#7
Quote by 80'smetaladdict
get a line 75 watt only a few hundred dollars (either 400 or 500) and has great distortion and tone.

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#12
Quote by Nazo64
Microcube or Vox ADVT series

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#14
Quote by Highwaytohell
ROLAND CUBE SERIES

have the best gain for your budget

And Micro Cubes make great dorm amps for metal players. Nobody is going to laugh at that. Plus a headphone jack for those late nite gotta jam urges...