Pignose The Original Portable Reviews 5

This is a legendary amp for sure. These units come in new at around $110 which is a great price. The tone from this thing is remarkable and nothing on the market is anything like it. However, this amp sounds exactly like the regular Pignose and you'll be only paying for the tweed version. So if you don't care about the tweed thing then I wou... [read more on Audiofanzine]

iamqman rated this unit 5 on 2011-04-27.

If you're looking for a small portable practice amp to get you started, or even just for portable practicing, the Pignose Legendary Tweed is a great deal. I'd even recommend it for the player who wants a cheap practice amp, regardless of if you want to bring it around or not. It is a tad more expensive than Marshall's MS-2 portable amp, but is... [read more on Audiofanzine]

moosers rated this unit 5 on 2010-02-13.

i bought this amp at guitar center for i for under 100$ (i forget how much but i know it was under 1 hundred) i bought it cuz i didnt wanna hall my big amp around everywhere.

funky distorioneasy to use. it also has to different types of distortian. if u keep the amp open u have a more trebley distortion and if u close it vice versa.

it doesnt really have a clean tone. if u want clean tone u have to turn it down to get it.

constructed well the amp acually opens up so u can store picks and what not in there

cool little amp good for practice but cleen tone is a dissapointment

Tommy Williams rated this unit 4 on 2002-05-06.

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