#1
So I finally got my first electric guitar, and I've been using my computer as an amp when I feel like actually hearing myself play.

The question is, what is the best amp under 100 bucks? I dont need to burt my neighbor's ear drums, I would just like something with good tone, thats durable, and good equalization controls.

One of my friend's is suggesting a Line 6 Spider, but I see that MANY of you would rather ground yourself to an engine block than use it.
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Current Gear
Yamaha EG 112
Esteban American Legacy
Jay Turser JTB-400M
Fender Frontman 212R
Effects
DigitTech RP50
#2
Computer as an amp???

How do you do that?
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Yamaha Pacifica 112
Alvarez SLM
Orange Dark Terror
Orange PPC212OB 2x12 cab
Yamaha P-85 Keyboard
#3
ive heard good things bout rolad cubes... dont know if its that cheap though :/
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#4
line 6 spiders are horrible IMO... some (very few) people would like to disagree. get a starter amp for now until you get enough money to get a better amp. btw, how are you using your computer as an amp?
#5
yeah ive only heard good things about roland microcubes. Those i believe are $125 though if you are willing to spend a bit more.
#7
I have a short cord that has headphone jacks (the tiny ones) on both ends, and an adapter that has a headphone sized hole for the input and a standard sized jack that goes into the guitar, meaning i have to sit next to the computer. good tone for clean playing, but inconvenient and inable to do anything else.

You mean Roland Cubes? I was looking at a 60 amp, seeing and hearing good things about it, but that will be MUCH furher down the road.
[quote="'[VictorinoX"]']
There are people in this world who don't feel it necessary to vomit sunshine 24 hours a day. I'm one of them.

Current Gear
Yamaha EG 112
Esteban American Legacy
Jay Turser JTB-400M
Fender Frontman 212R
Effects
DigitTech RP50
#8
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THANK YOU, this is perfect. Looks sturdy as a brick, cheap enough, and all the funtions. I will see about getting my hands on this.

Thank you very much guys.
[quote="'[VictorinoX"]']
There are people in this world who don't feel it necessary to vomit sunshine 24 hours a day. I'm one of them.

Current Gear
Yamaha EG 112
Esteban American Legacy
Jay Turser JTB-400M
Fender Frontman 212R
Effects
DigitTech RP50