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  • 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 ...

  • Pignose G40V

    Pignose G40V - "Better than a Bassman !" has imagescontains audio examples

    12/15/17

    In 2007 I bought mine new/old stock (in UK) as my then also new Fender Bassman had to go back under warranty, In the cross-over between having them side by side, the Pig gave more of what I had hoped to get from the Bassman! Consequently I moved on t...