#1
This may seem like a really dumb question. But, is the AC15 actually 15 watts? In one of the other threads it said that a tube amp under 20 watts (or was it 30) was good for practice and 50 watts and above was deafening. I can assure everyone that if I turned my AC15 right up I WOULD certainly get very serious hearing problems.
#3
Try turning it up all the way.
It could have the kind of volume pot where it gets really loud at low settings, but when you turn it up higher, it only gets a bit louder.
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#5
Its still loud for a practice amp, just not gigable
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#6
The AC15 is most certainly giggable, unless you need a lot of clean headroom and don't have a PA for some reason.
#7
Quote by xander307
Its still loud for a practice amp, just not gigable


You can gig with anything as long as the venue is willing to mic your amp. Also 15 watts tube is still very loud at full.
#9
Quote by xander307
Its still loud for a practice amp, just not gigable



Please play one before making such claims. The AC has loads of headroom. Used one for a shorter period a while back, and playing at smaller bars, pubs, etc. I got by with 15 watts, unmiced easily
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