#1
I have a line 6 spider iii 120w, and i'm really tired of the crappy tone. I am looking to get a new amp around christmas. I may get a Peavy Vypyr Tube combo amp, but what is better a 60w of 120w? How loud are they? I am looking to practice with drums, and possibly do small gigs
#2
60w is enuff,unless you want crazy headroom
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#3
theyre very loud, 60 is more than enough
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#4
Quote by Jreed08013
I have a line 6 spider iii 120w, and i'm really tired of the crappy tone. I am looking to get a new amp around christmas. I may get a Peavy Vypyr Tube combo amp, but what is better a 60w of 120w? How loud are they? I am looking to practice with drums, and possibly do small gigs

The vyper is a solid state amp. The valveking is probably what your thinking of
#5
Quote by Gu1tar_guy1010
The vyper is a solid state amp. The valveking is probably what your thinking of


There are tube versions of the Vypyr.
#7
You will not need a 120 watt Vypyr Tube. My Vypyr 75 (Solid state) doesn't go past 4/13.
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#8
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And yes Vypyrs are good for the price, and yes they are very loud for their size.
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