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Looking for a cheap amp

theehero

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My amp recently stopped working, and I'm looking to replace it with something cheap, like under 150 cheap. I was thinking that since the head version of amps are usually cheaper, I could convert my old 112 combo into a cab? I appreciate any suggestions!
 

socalscott

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Check out the Fender Mustang series. Plenty of value.
I picked up a mint used Mustang V head(Stereo 150w) for $199! It comes with recording and editing software.
 

doc

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Two thoughts - first, what amp do you have now, and why did it quit? Depending on what it is, your best course might be to just get that one fixed.

Second - check the pawn shops for a USA made Peavey Bandit Transtube. Bulletproof, sounds good, inexpensive, works for practice and the gig (and generally cheap to fix, but they rarely break).
 

harpinon

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The Pathfinders are great, but there are tons of great sounding Peaveys out there cheap.
Most still work after 20+ years. And you'll get VOLUME where the Pathfinders are lacking.
 

jerryfan6

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The Pathfinders are great, but there are tons of great sounding Peaveys out there cheap.
Most still work after 20+ years. And you'll get VOLUME where the Pathfinders are lacking.
Used Pathfinders are under $100. I'd call that cheap!
 






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