#1
hey ug. so i have finally decided im what amo im gonna get....6505!!!!!

but i need to no 1 thing is it loud???

i wont it to be loud enoought for gigs and stuff
but i also wont to be able to turn it down for jammin with a band and stuff

advice please oh and if anyones got a 5150/6505 for sale pm me. =]
#2
120 watts are you havin a laugh

of corse its enough
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#4
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120 watts are you havin a laugh

of corse its enough



ye but i need something loud and for bedroom and for jamming use

so i want something loud and quite
#5
Umm volume control? Try turning it down when your in your room alone, it does magical things....
#6
it is extremely loud, i got a DSL100 and that is bloody loud so I can only imagine how loud a 120 watt Peavey 6505 is. I believe they do quiet, but to get the best sounds from them, like most valve amps, they need to be cranked. Unless you buy a EQ pedal or distortion pedal to boost the amp when you play at low volumes.
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#7
first you might want to practice spelling and grammar, so we can understand what you're asking
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#8
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ye but i need something loud and for bedroom and for jamming use

so i want something loud and quite



long live volume knobs..

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#9
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#11
this thread = fail


are you serious? how did you decide to buy the amp, yet you have no clue on the volume capabilites?

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#13
lol ye i guess this thread is pretty stupid lol

oh and hsktim sorry about my spelling...bottom set english =/
#14
It's a pretty quiet amp, you have to get it to about 7-8 till you can get over a drum kit.
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#15
The 5150/6505 amps can wake the dead. Quite possibly one of the loudest stock amps Ive ever heard of. I know, I own one now. Sweet tap dancing christ, it rattles the walls. The only amp that I think might be louder is the Peavey Mace. (160 all tube watts w/ 6 x 6L6's)

Good luck, I hope you get one. You'll make your nieghbors sh*t the bed.
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#16
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The 5150/6505 amps can wake the dead. Quite possibly one of the loudest stock amps Ive ever heard of. I know, I own one now. Sweet tap dancing christ, it rattles the walls. The only amp that I think might be louder is the Peavey Mace. (160 all tube watts w/ 6 x 6L6's)

Good luck, I hope you get one. You'll make your nieghbors sh*t the bed.



5150 is stupid loud. It's a bit much for a bedroom, but it'll work. I have a Peavey Mace head. Nice little amp.
#18
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It's a pretty quiet amp, you have to get it to about 7-8 till you can get over a drum kit.

i concur.
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#19
:lipstick: Macehead is a very nice little amp that use for bedroom practice
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