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  • Good tube amp combo to run pedals through.

    Looking for a tube amp combo that takes pedals well in the $600 dollar range. Not playing very loud just mancave jammin'.

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    Hello Music has the Orange Tiny Terro 1x12 combo for $649.  They are $899 most places.  And yes they take pedals really well.  They also have a 7/15 watt selector.

     http://www.hellomusic.com/Items/tiny-terror-1x12-combo

     

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    • #3
      Fender Hot Rods are good for pedals, and I don't think they cost too much, either. The Blues Jr. is ideal for pedals, and it's within your price range. At mancave levels, it's perfect. I used to have one, and I honestly regret selling it most days.
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      • billybilly
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        Bugera V22, kick ass clean, great at low volumes, takes pedals very well, very quiet.  Mine cost $325, it's robbery for what you get.

        My only gripe with it is I don't really like the drive channel, it's a bit fizzy.  But hey, you are using pedals.


    • #4
      Make sure you look on eBay first:

      Vox TB18C1
      Peavey Delta Blues
      Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
      Fender Blues Deluxe
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      • DaleH
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        Fender DRRI


    • #5

      I love my vox ac15 it's an early 90's model and sounds great and i use loads of pedals and i've never found a pedal it didn't like.

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      • Strung_Out
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        I'll put another vote out there for the Fender DRRI. I use mine at home with a variety of pedals to provide myself different tone flavours ranging from 80's hair metal to clean jangly stuff.

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