My Favourite Practice Amp For Blues Guitar
If you want to focus on improving your blues guitar playing instead of spending a lot of time on guitar gear, you might want to consider using a small convenient practice amp.
Firstly, practice amps are designed to sound good at really low volumes, which makes them perfect for practicing at home (even late at night or with neighbours).
Secondly, they’re usually battery powered and portable, so you can take them anywhere.
Unfortunately most practice amps don’t have a wide range of effects to play with.
That’s why the ‘Roland Micro Cube 10GX’ goes far beyond the conventional practice amps with all its effects and is in my opinion the best practice amp in its class:
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