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    Russell,

    You might like this pedal too..



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    Another vote for the Mustang. I have bought a Mustang III V2 a few weeks ago and it's a very good modelling amp for the price. It's fine for playing at low volume and with it's 100 watt it's loud enough for gigs. If you have a change to try one out, you should definitely do so.
    Last edited by dshow; 04-27-2015 at 03:15 PM.
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    I think that the only real way to go about this is to take you guitar to a music shop and test out amps until you find what you want. I would also suggest looking in to some of the Roland cube amps as well as the others mentions.
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    Thanks everybody!
    This has given me a lot of information to go by! I won't be going blind to buy my next amp! I appreciate that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSnell00 View Post
    So I have an electric guitar on layaway, and I'm looking to what kind of amp to get for it. I have some time but I want to make an intelligent choice. Something good that won't break the bank as I'm on a limited budget. I used to have a G-Dec 3, and I loved it, but they don't make them any more. Any suggestions?

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    What style of music do you like to play and how loud can you crank your amp up?

    I personally prefer all-tube amplifiers and own a Traynor YGL1 15 watt that sounds excellent for classic rock and blues. It's loud enough to aggravate the neighbours if I choose to.
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