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Just picked up a barely used heavy duty Ritter gig bag in a charity shop for 8 euro. It's barely used and had 5 new strings in a pocket. Pretty happy with that.
 

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One of those Joyo Zombie amp heads. After amazon xmas vouchers, cost me £4. Going to try it out at practice tomorrow.
 
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Played it through 4x12. Supprisingly loud, for 20watt. Guess it's on par with Orange tiny terror heads, maybe.
 
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Bought a little headphone amp on Aliexpress for under 11euro post paid. Plugged it into a portable speaker that I play music from my phone on and,for what it is,sounds great. Managed to find a connector to plug into a 4x12 and it worked too albeit at bedroom volume at best

Well worth it.
 
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an Ammoon looper pedal for less than 20euro.I think it was a bout 17euro at the time I paid for it. I generally hate looper pedals,but will be used for messing at home.

This thing is about the size of a hot wheels car.
 

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an Ammoon looper pedal for less than 20euro.I think it was a bout 17euro at the time I paid for it. I generally hate looper pedals,but will be used for messing at home.

This thing is about the size of a hot wheels car.
Would the small size of it not hinder the accuracy of of your foot / timing?
 
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Turns out it's a bit crap. The switch is inconsistent. Still,I'd have spent more to discover that it's really not for me anyway.
 
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Worked enough for me to know I don't want looper so not a total failure. May be able to sort something with the switch,but I need to be arsed.
 

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Traynor Ts-50 combo

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The only problem is that it’s in London and I’ve to try figure out how I’m going to get it over here.
Going to have my friend remove the speaker anyway, for a start!
 

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