#1
i'v heard some people say that the peavey vypyr 30 sounds crappy load, is this true?

im thinking of buying one for band practices and maybe small gigs like in church halls and stuff.

so what do you think?

any other amps like that to look at?
#2
Unless you crank it so it gets power amp clipping it should be fine somewhat loud.

Whats your budget and styles/genres do you play ?
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#3
Well, Vypyrs get stupid loud. My friend's 30 never went past 4/13 even playing live. My 75 hasn't gone past 3.
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#4
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Unless you crank it so it gets power amp clipping it should be fine somewhat loud.

Whats your budget and styles/genres do you play ?



well i have a marshall avt100 combo which is great, but i need an amp to carry round pllaces but still easily be louder than acoustic drums, (as the marshall is big and awkward since im only 14).

i thought the vypyr would be good because of the effects. id probably say around £150 budget for good amp around 30watt, and maybe buy sanpera 2 footswitch, is the footswitch any good?

thanks.
#5
In order to be heard, you will have to crank it, and all SS amps sound crappy cranked, the Vypyr is no exeption