Mini amps for blues that don't cost too much

Pignose 7-100: This is a very nice, economical practice amp. It has a big sound and you can plug it into other amped equipment. Costs around $70-$120. 
Link - http://www.pignoseamps.com/?disp=detail&id=253

Epiphone Valve Junior: A really awesome deal for the price. This is a 5W amp and has a "vintage tone". It has a single volume knob, but it provides a wide variety of tones. At low volume, you'll get a standard clean tone. When you crank up the volume, this little amp will achieve a distorted, overdriven sound. Costs around $120. 
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Fender Super Champ XD: A little expensive (around $300), but this is a really good mini amp with 10" speakers, tube, and FX section (reverb and delay). 
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Danelectro Hodad Mini Amp: A tiny practice amp. Costs around $30 - $60. 
Link - http://www.musiciansfriend.com/search?sB=r&Ntt=Danelectro+Hodad+Mini+Amp

Smokey Amp: Nice little gadget you can carry in your pocket. Great for practicing and trying out new ideas on the go. Costs about $30. Link -http://www.smokeyamps.com/Smokey_Pages/smokey.html

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