#1
is it loud enough to play in a band with or would the ac30 be better for light gigging and rehearsing
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#2
How clean do you want it to be? If you want a very clean tone, use the AC30. If you want it slightly dirty at band volume, use the AC15.
#3
Quote by AeolianSeventh
How clean do you want it to be? If you want a very clean tone, use the AC30. If you want it slightly dirty at band volume, use the AC15.

I will probably be going from 80s clapton clean to foo fighters heavy, black keys chunky fuzzy, and white stripes crunchy, and kings of leon classic rock crunch all as loud as it gets
MY GEAR:
Epiphone Sheraton 2
Takamine Jasmine J33?
60's J bass copy (trying to sell or trade)
fender mustang 1
Victoria Regal II
big muff
seed of life overdrive

"We make music for hipster strippers" Dan Auerbach
#4
it is loud enough to get over a drummer, and with some volume knob manipulation you can get it clean over a drummer. BUT if the drummer is a hard hitter, or even a slightly hard hitter, it will be almost impossible to get a clean sound over the drums. When mic'ing it, you should be fine.
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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