Review Fender Frontman 10G
The Fender Frontman is a small 10 Watt practice amp. Loaded with a 6 inch speaker and has a closed back for better bass response!
If we are talking about cheap guitar amps, this amp is really cheap for what it does!
price in the States: $59,99
price in Europe: €55,00
This amp is easy in use. There are four control knobs on it: Gain, Volume, Treble and Bass. The gain circuit can be activated by a little switch.
It has a 3.5 mm input jack for your CD player, so you can play along with your music.
It is also possible to plug in your headphones. If you plug in your headphone, the speaker will turn off (your neighbours might like that).
Review Behringer V-Tone GM 108
The Behringer V-tone GM 108 is a 15 watt practice amp loaded with a 8" 20 watts Bugera speaker (don't let the 120 Watts full you!).
It looks like this amp is hard to get this days, but I found some:
price in the States: $24,99 (used)
price in europe: €77,00 (backorder)
The modeling is done by three knobs: AMP, MODE and SPEAKER. You can choose between:
- three different amp sounds
- three different speaker simulation models
- three gain modes.
So you have 27 possibilities!!
Tone controls are: LOW, MID and HIGH. The DRIVE control regulates how much distortion you produce. The MASTER controls the overall volume of the amp.
You can hook up your CD player or other device on the CD player input. That way you can play along with your favorite music.
You can connect your headphone to play in silence.