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This Amp has earned 4.3 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 120 customer reviews at Amazon.

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This little amp went on sale earlier in 2019 for $20 and sold out very quickly. https://slickdeals.net/f/12820882-guitar-combo-amps-acoustic-g10-10w-50-more-free-s-h?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

I was glancing Musician's Friend and noticed it was on sale again, but for $5 more expensive. Still, for a small practice amp that gets great reviews for $25, I don't think it can be beat. You're not going to blow people away, but maybe for your office, or another room of your home where you don't want to lug a larger amp to, this fits the bill nicely.

And finally, for those of you getting the kids a guitar for Christmas and not being sure of they will commit, then this is a perfect way to get them an amp without breaking the bank and feeling guilty.


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Honestly, they're about the same. Tiny, cheap, solid state guitar amps sound like tiny, cheap, solid state guitar amps. At $25 for the Rogue and $60 for the Fender, I'd go with the Rogue, but keep in mind that it's going to sound tiny and cheap.

I think the best beginner guitar amp is the Fender Champion 20. It sounds good, it can go from clean to blues to classic rock to hard rock to metal, it includes built in effects: reverb chorus, flanger, delay, auto wah, vibrato, and tremolo, and it's super easy to use. The Voice knob takes you from Tweed (1950's Fender clean) to Blackface (1960's Fender blues) to British (Vox-like rock) to Metal (Marshall-like hard rock and metal) in increasing levels of gain (distortion, three per voice), the separate Gain knob controls the distortion of each voice, the Effects knob controls the effects, and the Volume knob controls the overall volume. There's also a headphone output.

The Fender Champion is considerably more expensive (it used to be $100, now seems to be going for $130), but it's a much better amp, and worth saving up for as it's both much more versatile and sounds much better. You may be lucky enough to find one used for less (they used to go for ~$40-60, but since the price increase they've been ~$60-70).

The Champion 40 is equally great - sounds even better, can play louder, and offers two channels letting you switch from clean to distortion - and I've seen them for $90-100 used.

The Boss Katana 50 is also great - doesn't sound quite as good as the Champion, and not nearly as easy to use, but much more versatile with a ton of effects that you can combine and 4 channels you can switch between and save settings to - that you can often find for ~$150 used (and even less recently, as the new version came out). While a lot more expensive than the others, it's an amp that he won't out-grow, it can potentially save you hundreds or thousands of dollars in not having to buy sperate effects, and is still comparatively really inexpensive in the greater guitar amp space.

On the budget side, amp modeling software that can run on your phone or tablet is cheap and sounds really good. You'd need a guitar interface adapter (~$40), but that's the cheapest route that sounds good.
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I don't know first hand, but I will say the fender is probably better than this amp just based on name and price point.

If it were my son, I'd buy him this cheaper amp and tell him when he progresses you will put money into a better amp for him, something even better than the fender 10g.
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Last time, there is a bass amp on sale together, any bass amp deal this time?
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My sons been learning to play and wants an amp. Hes requested a
Fender Frontman 10G and its 60. Any opinions on whether I should get what he asked for or this?? TIA
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My sons been learning to play and wants an amp. Hes requested a
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I don't know first hand, but I will say the fender is probably better than this amp just based on name and price point.

If it were my son, I'd buy him this cheaper amp and tell him when he progresses you will put money into a better amp for him, something even better than the fender 10g.
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I don't know first hand, but I will say the fender is probably better than this amp just based on name and price point.

If it were my son, I'd buy him this cheaper amp and tell him when he progresses you will put money into a better amp for him, something even better than the fender 10g.
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The amp alone is perfect.
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If you want 2 amps, you could use code CYBERWEEK19 for an extra 10% off
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How will this work as an output for mic for a karaoke setup?
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My sons been learning to play and wants an amp. Hes requested a
Fender Frontman 10G and its 60. Any opinions on whether I should get what he asked for or this?? TIA
Honestly, they're about the same. Tiny, cheap, solid state guitar amps sound like tiny, cheap, solid state guitar amps. At $25 for the Rogue and $60 for the Fender, I'd go with the Rogue, but keep in mind that it's going to sound tiny and cheap.

I think the best beginner guitar amp is the Fender Champion 20. It sounds good, it can go from clean to blues to classic rock to hard rock to metal, it includes built in effects: reverb chorus, flanger, delay, auto wah, vibrato, and tremolo, and it's super easy to use. The Voice knob takes you from Tweed (1950's Fender clean) to Blackface (1960's Fender blues) to British (Vox-like rock) to Metal (Marshall-like hard rock and metal) in increasing levels of gain (distortion, three per voice), the separate Gain knob controls the distortion of each voice, the Effects knob controls the effects, and the Volume knob controls the overall volume. There's also a headphone output.

The Fender Champion is considerably more expensive (it used to be $100, now seems to be going for $130), but it's a much better amp, and worth saving up for as it's both much more versatile and sounds much better. You may be lucky enough to find one used for less (they used to go for ~$40-60, but since the price increase they've been ~$60-70).

The Champion 40 is equally great - sounds even better, can play louder, and offers two channels letting you switch from clean to distortion - and I've seen them for $90-100 used.

The Boss Katana 50 is also great - doesn't sound quite as good as the Champion, and not nearly as easy to use, but much more versatile with a ton of effects that you can combine and 4 channels you can switch between and save settings to - that you can often find for ~$150 used (and even less recently, as the new version came out). While a lot more expensive than the others, it's an amp that he won't out-grow, it can potentially save you hundreds or thousands of dollars in not having to buy sperate effects, and is still comparatively really inexpensive in the greater guitar amp space.

On the budget side, amp modeling software that can run on your phone or tablet is cheap and sounds really good. You'd need a guitar interface adapter (~$40), but that's the cheapest route that sounds good.
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I have the same question too on the karaoke setup! My setup would have two amp speakers (1 left and 1 right), a mixer, and some microphones. The mixer will be connected to a laptop's audio out. Then I just search youtube for karaoke songs on my laptop. If anyone know of a good mixer please let me know. I want the system to be good but no need to be overly expensive. Thanks in advance!
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Any recommedation on an electric guitar to go with this? Novice set-up....
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Thank this guy for his input. And don't forget that the better the sound, the more likely you'll want to play. Used Champion would be my focus for beginners..
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Any recommedation on an electric guitar to go with this? Novice set-up....
For cheap guitars (under $150)I like Firefly though they sell out very quickly, and also like Monoprice.
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I had an old amp that had overdrive switch, it was small but had big aound. I was at guitar center recently and it's hard to find smaller maps with overdrive buttons. Most smaller amps dont have enough distortion that's clean enough. They just make a mess, although pickups matter too.
I would also suggest check your local store for use gear. They had Peavy Vypyr VIP 3 100W for $190, it has everything you are looking for, should I buy that, or is it an overkill. I guess it's meant for computer connected usage.

What's best small distortion amp?
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