#1
hey guys
I have a question about the wattage regulator at the back,
does it work properly?
could it turn the amp like let's say into a 10 watt amp?

I want to use the amp at home as well as for small gigs, so I need to know whether it would be good at lower wattage and volumes.

I know it won't sound the same but will it sound ****ty?

or should I go for the 30 watt version? but then it might not be enough for gigs
#2
i hav the 30w nd its fine for small gigs. nd also the 50w is quite heavy so not very practical. but yeh the power control on the bak is good
@jecox ssssoooo ssweeeet that whole set up is so sweet. If I had any distortion/delay setup it would be the akai headrush and BM. Awesome set up.



#3
I use my AD50VT in my dorm on low power and I gig at full. It's great.
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#5
I have the AD100VTH (head version not the combo) and the regulator on the back works fantastic. This is definitely one of the best features of the amp. A good power attenuator will run you $300 online but this amp packs this feature in for free.

Yes, it definitely works and sounds great. In fact, what I recommend is to MAX out your volume and master volume, then use the voltage regulator on the back as kind of a 3rd master volume. This way you're working the power tube hard and getting that classic "Tube Tone". It sounds much better doing it this way!
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