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Versitile Amplification?

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harleyofdoom  
25 Mar 2010 15:59 | Quote
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ok my band split up and i was borrowing an amp from the bassist which i had to return, so now i'm looking to get a new means of amplification for both guitar and vocals + learning the electric violin. i am poor but need something versatile. i was thinking of getting something like this
http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/B205D.aspx
does anyone have one? if so is it any good?
is there anything else under $250 that you could suggest?

thanks

"learning music is like climbing a mountain with no summit, sometimes its sheer cliff sometimes its a gentle incline but you continue with the knowledge that the higher you climb the more beautiful the view becomes." Harley
GuitarJoe  
26 Mar 2010 15:41 | Quote
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i dont know anything about amps but nice quote dude!
nater2  
26 Mar 2010 19:09 | Quote
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i think i've heard some decent things about some of the fender frontmen
deadman2k666  
26 Mar 2010 20:13 | Quote
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honestly, I'm in love with the vox vt series. They are not too expensive, they are very versitile. AND they are kinda tubed
kellenman  
29 Mar 2010 18:02 | Quote
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i have a fender frontman 212R, i love it. Got it for $300 about a year ago.
harleyofdoom  
29 Mar 2010 20:03 | Quote
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kellenman says:
i have a fender frontman 212R, i love it. Got it for $300 about a year ago


can you have both input channles running at the same time on that say for a guitar and a mic or 2 guitars?
harleyofdoom  
5 Apr 2010 12:02 | Quote
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@ kellenman:

do you get a warm tone on vocals going through the FF 212R?


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