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Fender The Start

Discussion in 'Recording' started by moonloop, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. moonloop

    moonloop Guest

    hey guys
    i have electric fender the start and i bought it used and i want to buy a suitable amplifier to this guitar but i dont know which amplifier i shall buy so please i need help in that
    thank you :eek:)
     
  2. gilligan204

    gilligan204 Guest

    Buy a Fender Twin, there made for each other. Or alternativly try the Line 6 Amps , they model a bunch of kinds of Amps, so you have all kinds of cool tone to play with. Depending on the type of music you doing, there the best, you can get rock tones, to country , to blues. The twin is a little more specific, but they got lots of push, and sound great.
     
  3. moonloop

    moonloop Guest

    thank you alot but i would like to know the year of that model ( fender the start ) if u know and if that 6 lines amps so expensive?

    thank you again :D
     
  4. McCheese

    McCheese Well-Known Member

    Fender The Start? It's called a Stratocaster, Strat for short, and it's made by Fender. To find out what year it was made, you need to compare the serial number to one of the many online resources for that. Google is your friend.
     
  5. yzfwv

    yzfwv Guest

    The best thing to do here is tell you to try out many amps.

    Don't go off of a person's reccomendation. Go off what sound you like.

    I would personally reccomend a Hughes & Kettner. If you went with one of those you would spend a lot of money and might get a totally different sound than what you want.

    I think line 6 are solid state amps. Solid state amps are easier to lug around than a tube amp but don't always have the sound you can get from a tube.
     
  6. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

    Moonloop:
    There are soooo many different types of amps out there to choose from! Are you just STARTing out? If so, you may want to get a smaller amp that isn't so loud as to bother the neighbors. You might look at a Tech21 Trademark 10. It is very portable, very well built, very flexible (it will drive headphones instead of its built-in speaker so you don't bother others), and sounds awesome! Later on, if you want a bigger amp (they make those, too), the "10" makes a great "bedroom practice" amp. It really blows the other "budget" amps away. My Strats (I have several ) all sound great through that amp. I also own a room full of vintage tube amps, and the Trademark holds its own against them. It's the best solid-state amp out there!
     

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