I don't agree the full 100% about what locdown wrote. About acoustic amps versus electric amps, I feel pretty good with my amps. First I had, still working, is a Marshall valvestate, no tubes, and 100 watt. Amps with 15-20 Watt can be quit expensive as well. I also have a Fender Cybertwin, I think 2x65 Watt, and this is a dream amp. You have a lot of "genuine" different Fender Amps, like Vibroking, Bassman, almost all the amps you could find. The knobs turn automatically when you choose a kind of amp. You can regulate almost everything, and it provides you almost always the "perfect sound you want so bad. It is a hybrid amp, digital, and tubes. AND this amp has 100 preset, different sounds, giving you the possibility, to regulate this amp by turning the volume, tone, reverb ... creating the sound you want.
The last amp I purchased is a MARSHALL AS 100D, an acoustic amp. BUR!!, I use this amp, first I wanted a 50 watt, and that's why I write about watt, you can always put your volume low, and I compared the 2 amps, for a couple of hours, and they were right, the difference between 50 & 100 W is incredible, AND, I often play electric guitar on it, it gives me a crystal clear sound in 10 seconds, it takes me 15 minutes to have a similar sound.
There are a lot of decent amps, for a low price, and really a lot of noise, if you want, and you can use a lot of different effects and sounds, if you have effects.
Crate has some very good and absolutely not expensive (acoustic) amps.
Hope this will help
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