Portable amp under 120 buck
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Hey everybody.

I was wondering which are the best portable amps under 120 bucks for use with ety's ER6.

P.S.: they have to be already assembled.
 
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Never heard one, but the Fixup Super-Mini receives a lot of praise. Do a search.
 
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www.fixup.net

also, contact eric343, JMT, or tangent, and see what they can do for you.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by nebuchadnezzar
I've been using a Total Airhead with my ER-4s

Sounds good to me


Doesn't fit in his budget...
 
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Sorry, swamped with schoolwork at the moment
, so I'm not taking orders now.

But the Fixup Mini/Supermini are highly recommended.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by pclose
Hey everybody.

I was wondering which are the best portable amps under 120 bucks for use with ety's ER6.

P.S.: they have to be already assembled.


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Hey pclose !!

Wellcome and sorry for your walet...


I love to say that...


Best

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Hi,
If you can get your hand on Tangent, JMT, or Eric42's Meta42...that's the amp to go. The waiting period is long for tangent, so you might want to contact the other Meta42 builders. I would suggest you to pick the AD-845 as your op-amp. This is a good bet for sound quality/portability.

I also suggest you to check out fixup's Supermini amp. I really like his amp, and would recommend with out reservation. Still, the Meta42 is a better amp to go...if you have time to wait and money to spend.

Purk

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Tangent craftmanship is incredible. He was a breeze to deal with.
 
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