what kind of amp should i get for an epiphone dot?

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what kind of amp should i get for an epiphone dot?

Postby colinsimpson » 28 Jul 2009, 22:22

cheers gonna get one this week but not sure what kind:|
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Postby Rfender » 28 Jul 2009, 23:37

I suggest you tell us what your budget is and what kinda sound you want (Oasis i guess) so we can give a more accurate suggestion ;)
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Postby Rfender » 28 Jul 2009, 23:37

I suggest you tell us what your budget is and what kinda sound you want (Oasis i guess) so we can give a more accurate suggestion ;)
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Postby Rfender » 28 Jul 2009, 23:37

I suggest you tell us what your budget is and what kinda sound you want (Oasis i guess) so we can give a more accurate suggestion ;)
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Postby clapton 94 » 02 Aug 2009, 16:37

Marshall blues breaker combo amp 1962 (£1069.00) perhaps but if you ent got the cash maybe a line six spider jam amp 75 watt (£379.99) :roll: :idea:
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Postby dd0d » 10 Aug 2009, 12:56

Blues junior
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Postby james.oasis » 22 Sep 2009, 23:18

I play a Dot through a Roland Cube 30 amp, great little amp.
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Postby SuperNovaMike » 23 Sep 2009, 00:17

james.oasis wrote:I play a Dot through a Roland Cube 30 amp, great little amp.


I actually have one of those amps. It's pretty cool for jamming around at home. Very good for the price anyway.
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Postby Wonsaponatime » 24 Sep 2009, 05:36

Depends on various factors:

1) How much do you want to spend?
2) What size room are you playing in?
3) How good are you at playing?
4) Are you using effects pedals etc.?

There's no point buying a Marshall stack to play in a small bedroom, or splashing out on a Fender Blues Junior if you're a beginner. Practice amps are okay in both of those scenarios but pedals sound pretty lame through them (in my experience)!
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Postby Rfender » 24 Sep 2009, 06:22

David1979 wrote:Depends on various factors:

1) How much do you want to spend?
2) What size room are you playing in?
3) How good are you at playing?
4) Are you using effects pedals etc.?

There's no point buying a Marshall stack to play in a small bedroom, or splashing out on a Fender Blues Junior if you're a beginner. Practice amps are okay in both of those scenarios but pedals sound pretty lame through them (in my experience)!


Indeed.
If its for bedroom only i suggest you buy an <15 watt tube amp or a transistor depends on your budget and all the stuff David listed.
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