One question mate.
y u tyep liek dis?
Originally Posted by flood
If you're into vocals, you might want to look into the Roland Cube Street, and a Shure SM57/58. RCS is a bit pricey for a beginner - a beginner person, not a beginner amp. It's decently priced for the features it has - battery powered, a channel dedicated to guitar with all the amp models of the Cube series (which sound passable, but with some EQ tinkering your ear probably won't notice, for the beginning years) and a basic sprinkling of effects, a separate mic channel (which can also do clean guitar) and some effects for that. So - you can sing with a mic through it as well as play guitar through it at the same time, on batteries so you can take it anywhere.
You sound like the type who'd do fine with a Yamaha Pacifica 012/112 (they're 12k and 16k respectively, I think) and that amp. Alternatively, look for Greg Bennett Avion AV/Torino TR series, they've got passable models in that range (under 20k).
Whole thing will come under 35k.
(This amp should be versatile enough for beginning stages and for practice. As and when your ear evolves and/or when you're seriously into a specific genre/type of sound, you will be advised to upgrade to a tube amp to match your taste.)
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