The only problem with them is that they don't have a reserve (air tank) so you get the pulsing in the gun from the compressor which can make for a blotchy spray pattern. Get an air compressor that at least comes with an air tank which absorbs the pulsations. Also most of the airbrush compressor are actually too small as they will be running constantly when you are using them as they can't really keep up to some of the airbrushes.
Originally Posted by DianneB
In the end it is up to you as to what you get; we can only give you our thoughts of what works best. About the only really quiet compressor with a tank that will do the job up to a point is a pancake compressor but most I have seen will only last a couple of years.
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