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  • Park G10

    Park G10 - "Excellent amp for certain styles"

    09/26/18

    I got this amp for free at one of my previous schools. It is pretty good, and does Polyphia's new style extremely well. It's not the most amazing amp for metal, and it is very bare-bones, but overall, it's a great amp for beginners and for the people…

  • Roland Mobile Cube

    Roland Mobile Cube - "One Of Best Amps For Money/Purpose"

    08/27/18

    There's a lot of battery powered portable amps out there, or at least enough to do some serious comparisons. I own a Lunchbox Jr. and have played several others. The Roland is loud for its size but I wasn't able to use it when traffic noise got too l…

  • Boss Katana-50

    Boss Katana-50 - "Small Katana amp offers offers great value for money."

    08/14/18

    I first bought this Katana 50, then a few days after I returned it to get the Katana 100 instead as I had regrets. I’ve used the Katana 100 as my regular working amp for 6 months now, and I’ll also mention that I own two other amps besides it: a Fend…

  • Marshall DSL401

    Marshall DSL401 - "Full Marshall Sound. "

    08/13/18

    I traded a Fender Bass Amp for this. The bass amp had a value of $400. Since I never played the bass, I believe I came out on top. This amp is awesome. And every one of my friends that hear it can't believe the full marshall sound that comes out …

  • Peavey Classic 50/410 - Tweed

    Peavey Classic 50/410 - Tweed - "Very Nice Amp- Great Value"

    07/18/18

    First, the review posted by iamqman here is dead on, this amp has a beautiful warm clean with a mild EL84 overdrive on Channel 2. Very much targeted at country and mild rock applications (great tones for jazz too). I have the 4x10, and depending on t…

  • Line 6 Duoverb

    Line 6 Duoverb - "Duoverb - Hidden Gem"

    06/03/18

    I consider myself more of a 70s guitar player in the sense I play a lot of styles like Rush, Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, etc. So my comments about this product may not be as pertinent to people playing heavier music. I know this is an amplifier mo…

  • Silvertone Smart IIIs

    Silvertone Smart IIIs - "Good Amp for Jazz but Better With Mods (See Details)"

    04/27/18

    I'm a jazz musician, and I use this amp to "busk" outdoors solo using a hollow body archtop with a floating humbucker. I don’t need a lot of volume but I savor a mellow, rich jazz tone with clarity of chords. (I play mainly standards, chord-melody s…

  • Marshall Code 50

    Marshall Code 50 - "A great amp with a nice Marshall sound"

    04/25/18

    - What musical styles do you use this amp for? Rock, punk, jazz-rock, reggae. - Given its weight and power, is this amp feasible for practicing, rehearsing with a band, and/or using live? Yes. It’s both light and powerful. Haven’t tried in for a…

  • Marshall Code 25

    Marshall Code 25 - "Many sounds in a small, lightweight box"

    04/16/18

    The title sums up why I couldn’t resist this new Marshall… in a 25-watt version. First of all, it doesn’t take much space up – and when you add up several other pieces of gear space definitely IS a factor… Then, I won’t compare it with the original …

  • Fender Vibro Champ "Blackface" [1964-1967]

    Fender Vibro Champ "Blackface" [1964-1967] - "Versatile. Surprisingly loud when overdriven."

    01/13/18

    I got this amp in an equipment trade. Since it's a small amp, I expected to use it primarily for practice. It's about 14″ x 17″ x 7 1/2″. Six watts, eight inch speaker. Two inputs. Simple controls: Volume, Treble, Bass. There is vibrato which I …