#1
opinions? I'm thinking of getting one, but i've heard a couple of people say it's not great... i play mostly acoustic but i do sometimes play electric...

one of my concerns is how loud can it go? it's only five watts would i be heard in a band context?


thanks
#3
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I... uh... wha...


ANYWAY:

There is no way 5-watts will be any use in a band mate, you need at least 30 if you wanna be heard.

As for the amps, I can't comment, I've never used one.

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#4
it's apparently pretty loud for it's size, it's designed as a busking amp and i've heard people say they gig with it so it must be fairly loud... i dunno. anyone out there who's actually played one?
#5
you busking, nothing else, it'll be loud enough.

i've never played That amp, but i;ve played enough similar size and style amps to know it'll do exactly that.
... and not too much else.


the problem is that there are a limited amount of affordable, battery operated amps.

you could even use a micro cube to busk. it's not like you're playing to a huge crowd, just peole walking by.

if you were All acoustic i'd suggest you check out pignose.

but for versatility, i'd go with something out of the roland series.
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