#1
I plan on getting one of these soon, best modeling amp I've seen (I'm getting a modeling amp because this is my first electric setup). I just need to know if this is loud enough for a jam session with a drummer and bass. I've posted a thread for this before, but I didn't get a straight answer.

For shows I can just mic it.
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#3
Plenty loud for a jam session, but if you havn't checked out the Vox Valvetronix line of amps yet, I bet you'd find them to sound a much nicer than the Fender modelers.

The Vox doesnt have the drum loops or backing tracks though.
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#4
Quote by Vypor
Plenty loud for a jam session, but if you havn't checked out the Vox Valvetronix line of amps yet, I bet you'd find them to sound a much nicer than the Fender modelers.

The Vox doesnt have the drum loops or backing tracks though.

I think you have it confused with the G-DEC. If it were G-Dec vs. Vox, I'd take the Vox, but I liked the Mustang over the Vox, and a lot of people agree.
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#5
Yes 40 watts is plenty loud. I think 15 watts is really loud.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
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Quote by austin-person
I think you have it confused with the G-DEC. If it were G-Dec vs. Vox, I'd take the Vox, but I liked the Mustang over the Vox, and a lot of people agree.



I am one of the "alot of people" that agree. We have the same line of amps
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