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good practice amp on a budget

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by choo5, Aug 29, 2007.


  1. choo5

    choo5

    Apr 15, 2004
    sydney, australia
    wanting something better than a starter pack amp for a practice amp.

    I tried out a Kustom (30W) and it wasnt bad but the input was stuffed on the one at the shop so im a bit wary of quality...

    anyone have recommendations on a small amp? im prepared to pay ~$500AUD tops for a new one.

    i'd be more than happy with a 5W if it sounded good: I dont play very loudly at all when im at home and have a old peavey rig but need something to play quietly.
     
  2. 98dvl

    98dvl

    Jan 31, 2002
    USA
    How about something you can plug headphones into?

    Like a Zoom B2.1u (or B2). Plus, you'll not only get a "practice amp" but a multi effects unit as well... not to mention a metronome and tuner.

    There are other headphone options out there too like those Cafe Walter practice amps... or a Pod... etc.

    It'd be plenty quiet with headphones.
     

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