#1
I think the title is quite self-explanatory. Would the VT40+ be able to hold its own with an average drummer?
Gear :

Jackson JS32T King V
Vox VT40+
Stagg C542
#2
Hmm, depends on how hard the drummer hits. The problem is that the VT40 is going to sound worse when you start to crank it up. It may, or may not hold it's own. I'd say that the safe bet would be to say it wouldn't
Gear:
Gibson SG Special Faded
Marshall JCM2000 DSL 401
#3
I have the VT50 and I don't even have to have the power level over half way when i play with a full band
#4
Quote by the_hoodster
I have the VT50 and I don't even have to have the power level over half way when i play with a full band


Well then there's your answer. The VT40 should be able to keep up then.
Gear:
Gibson SG Special Faded
Marshall JCM2000 DSL 401
#5
Quote by the_hoodster
I have the VT50 and I don't even have to have the power level over half way when i play with a full band

i too have the VT50 and its a beasty amp, so the VT40+ SHOULD be able to hold it's own against a drummer.
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