#1
i need a recommendation for a small to medium sized amp that i can plug a mic into
its gotta be really cheap and doesn't have to sound good at all just has to work and
has to be loud enough to play a small gig too
thanks in advance
-steve
#2
We had a guy audition with a telecaster and a 5-watt $150 Epiphone Valve Junior that sounded incredible. It was loud enough that our veteran guitar player with a 120 watt tube amp and 4x12 half stack was telling him to turn it down, and I was playing bass on 5 18's powered by about 4,000 watts. That amp is a class A, which sound better than other typical configurations. It had a nice wet and colorful sound, one of the few electric amps I've heard that I really like for sure.
#3
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We had a guy audition with a telecaster and a 5-watt $150 Epiphone Valve Junior that sounded incredible. It was loud enough that our veteran guitar player with a 120 watt tube amp and 4x12 half stack was telling him to turn it down, and I was playing bass on 5 18's powered by about 4,000 watts. That amp is a class A, which sound better than other typical configurations. It had a nice wet and colorful sound, one of the few electric amps I've heard that I really like for sure.



That's heavily based on preference. It has more harmonics and is suitable for blues and mild overdrive.

I prefer A/B. One isn't necessarily better than the other.
#4
are you using it for mic and guitar or just mic?

and what's your budget?
Jenneh

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#5
Dunno what to suggest, but I do strongly support the notion that a 5 watt amp into a Mic can sound absolutely amazing, I've seen it done all the time.
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