#1
would the blackstar ht-20 be loud enough to play with drums in a practice situation un-micced? would the clean channel be clean/not distort at a volume loud enough to compete with/overcome drums?

thanks.
#2
Yes and yes.
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#3
so comparing this strictly to the loudness of a solid state, it would be about equivalent to around a 50 watt (but sound better as it's tube)...?
#4
It will definitely be loud enough, but I'm not sure if it will have enough clean headroom. That really depends on the acoustics of the room and on the drummer.

EDIT: The whole tube watts vs SS watts thing is a myth. Electrically speaking, 20 watts is 20 watts regardless of the amp's technology. The loudness differences are usually due to other factors.

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#5
Quote by CreepingDeath13
so comparing this strictly to the loudness of a solid state, it would be about equivalent to around a 50 watt (but sound better as it's tube)...?


Don't think it works like that...but its plenty loud regardless.
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#6
ok cool thanks. i shall get the local music store to get one in for me to try out. i tried the ht-5 and it sounded pretty good.