Re: Practice amps
- From: "Mr. Green" <cliff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 08:18:59 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 30, 3:07 pm, jtees4 <jte...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 01 Dec 2011 00:21:20 +1100, Mark Bedingfield
G'day all, my Son has undertaken Smoke on the Water so I thought Santa
might give him a bedroom sized practice amp for Xmas. Not looking to
spend a fortune I stumbled on a 10w Vox practice amp. Any good? It was
about the same price as the Squier SP10 which would probably do him
fine. Any other suggestions? taking into account I'm in Aussie and
things aren't as cheap as the US.
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Perhaps one of the Roland Cubes...not sure what size but of course
they have a whole range. My Roland Cube 30 is a great house amp!
I agree cubes have a lot more to offer, I'm just a bit of an analogue
man. I've tried a few modellers and I'm always blown away by them to
start with then, end up finding all the tones lacking a certain
something. The one great advantage I do see is, if your looking for a
really cranked sound at low volumes and modeller will deliver really
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