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Thread: Suggestions for Lightweight Beater Amp

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    Default Suggestions for Lightweight Beater Amp

    I'm sure this question has been asked a million times. I've already searched Reddit, and google(however the information is vast, and all the best sites are blocked here at work) I figured id ask you guys. My main amps are a early 70s''s 100w Earth sound Research 215 and a late 60s Gibson Super Medalist, but its a vertical 212 and a bit big and heavy.https://downloader.vip/rightmove/ https://downloader.vip/kijiji/ https://downloader.vip/quizlet


    I've recently started playing out more, and i'm looking for a decent beater amp. Ideally 112 or 212, very lightweight(possibly solid?), can handle pedals, loud enough for a full band setting. Does anything come to mind? Lightweight is a must. Practice entails 2 flights at my place and 3 flights at my practice spot. load out at the end of the night and again back at my place just sucks, esp at 3 am. Im looking to lighten the load.
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    Do you have a budget in mind? Also what type of music do you play?

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    Tech 21 Trademark 30. It's all the amp you'll ever need.

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