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Practice Amps

Postby Roger » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:36 pm

I currently have a s/h Kustom KGA10 practice amp which is very compact and has an o/d sound that I like, but it lacks reverb and other effects, which means having to use pedals. This is not normally a problem, but when I’m a bit pushed for time it would be nice just to plug my guitar into the amp and play. So I’m looking for a new practice amp!

I know that Kustom now make the Dart 10FX which is similar to the KGA10, but also has 3-band EQ and a reverb/delay effect. Based on my experience with the KGA10 this would be an option.

Does anyone have any thoughts about the Dart 10FX or any other amps that will give a nice o/d sound and effects?

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Postby Bob Wilson » Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:12 pm

Hi Roger
I don't know the Dart, but if you want a small amp that does a great job have a look at the Roland Microcube. It has all the effects you are likely to want plus you can use it on battteries if you want. It's what Ewan played Dodo through on YouTube :D
Although its only 5watts it certainly does a good job.
There is also the Roland 15 watt if you need a bit more power
Hope this helps!

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