#2
it would certainly be giggable... i recorded with one, and they ROAR. they must be true class A, since it's 15W but it's fackin' loud line a 50W marshall. i used one for a song on my band's last EP, and it was great. go for it if you have the money.
#3
I remember playing a CUB II and not liking it, but anyways...

I'm considering selling my Orange to get the Hot Cat.

How would you describe the amp? Tone, gain, mids/lows/highs, genres, etc.

Thanks!
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#4
bumppppp
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#5
Steve Wilson from Porcupine Tree uses Hot Cat 30 heads in addition to Lynx heads. Listen to some Porcupine Tree for an idea. I'd say go for a 30 for extra headroom and volume since you're concerned about gigging.
#7
Thanks guys!
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Sometimes I feel like I won't care if my girlfriend dies because then I won't have to worry about her becoming pregnant.