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Im looking at getting a decent small gig/practice combo.

I have heard that they are pretty great little units, can anyone tell me what they are like and what they capable of.
 

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For some reason I keep thinking 30 even though I'm not sure, I do remember him having a trademark
 

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I just went to SS.org to see if he still has the trademark in his gear details and indeed it is the 30.
 

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Sweet thanks! I am looking into a bunch of small-ish combos for a friend.

this has helped some.

We need a "I have a great amp but I want a secondary practice/small gig/cheap/different amp" thread :idea:
 

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The 30 can, the 60 isn't as saturated and is a little bluesier. Seriously, as chris can attest the 30 is a shockingly good lunchbox-sized combo. The speaker emulation is only fair, but the amp itself sounds spectacular with a SM57 close mic'd so whatever. You could probably record a whole album with one of these and no one would be the wiser.

My only complaint is I don't like active EQ, but I generally leave it pretty flat.
 

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The only thing is, I don't see the 30 being a jamming amp w/a drummer. It's loud, but not that loud.

It is a fantastic sounding amp though, and shockingly good for the price/size.
 
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