A good Amp for less than $150?

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Oct 12, 2007

A good Amp for less than $150? by Nero at 6:59 AM (814 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Nero
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    Yeah... Anyone know a good, trusty, Guitar Amp for under $150?

    Yup, It's a small budget.. I'm a bit poor. So... Yeah.. [​IMG]
     
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    Is it for Jam Sessions? If so my Creative Labs computer speakers sound better on my DS then my Marshall guitar amp & they were cheap. But if you need a cheap Amp have a look at the Pignose, it’s portable sounds nice & is only about $80.
     
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    No, it's for my Electric Guitar.
     
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    Exactly what was the point of your post?
     
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    he thinks its funny you are posting something not about ds in off-topic section??
     
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    If you're looking for a practice/combo amp, those are fairly cheap, especially if you buy a second-hand one. Search "combo amp" on Musician's Friend and you'll find a good lot of amps in your price range with reviews to boot. If you're super cheap and not a sound snob, you can pick up a battery-powered Danelectro Honeytone mini amp for about $30. I personally have the headphones-only Dano amp, which is handy for traveling--I can just pack it into my guitar case and not have to lug around my unwieldy practice amp.
     

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