#1
Yeah, so currently I play with this free Fender Frontman Reverb I found in my flat which is great and all but it hasn't exactly been kept in great condition and it tends to develop buzz every so often.

Anyway, I was thinking of getting a new amp to practice with, can't be anything too big since I'll probably be lugging it around and playing in a flat with four other people (so headphone out would be nice). At the moment I'm either going for a Roland Cube 30X or the Orange Crush 30R. The Cube has that built-in tuner and those effects although I'm not too bothered with them. Also they're within my budget of ~£120.

Other suggestions would be welcome of course. My friend suggested a Laney LC-15R but it's a bit too pricey just now.

Oh yeah, the stuff I play.. either very clean/reverby or fuzzy Muse/Silversun Pickups etc. Again a pedal can sort fuzz/distortion out so all I want is a good amp for my money.
#2
if you could stretch to the Laney thatd be cool and itd last you much longer than some SS junk

the cleans are limited for a tube amp, but theyll still be better than any SS rivals and the distortion would be much better
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#3
go for the cube or a valvetronix because in ur flat u wont be able to crank a 15 watt tube
#4
Arright, I think I'll go for the cube. When I earn some cash working I'll probably be able to afford the Laney.
#6
Oh I will be saving up for a good tube amp. In fact I've got cash saved up, I just don't think I'm a good enough player to deserve it yet :P