#1
I intend to buy the Peavey 6505+ 112 combo, and I want to use it for band rehearsal adnd possibly some small gigs. However, I'm not sure if the amp will have enough volume to handle these situations, I mean, I don't want to have it on full volume all the time... It's a 60W tube amp. Can someone please give an answer?
#3
Quote by Ghold125
It will have plenty of volume for small gigs, probably even to much.


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#4
It's capable of killing wilderbeasts at 100 paces. You'll be fine.
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#5
it will kill people on the front row if you turn it to 10 in small gigs
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#6
It has enough volume. That's not the issue. The issue is sound dispersal, cause it's just a small 1x12. Will you be mic'd up?
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#7
Thanks a lot for the answers people, it really helped me clear my doubts about the amp's volume. Will definitely buy it then