#1
Do amps sound different wgen they are at low volumes? I have laney lx65d and i have never played it louder than 1,5 out of 10
#2
For cheap solid state amps, you have horrible transistor clipping at high volumes

For tube amps, you get a soft clip or power amp distortion.

For all amps, at higher volumes, you also get some measure of speaker break-up. This depends on the wattage of the speaker.
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#4
I know some amps are designed to sound the same at all volumes. For example, the Carvin Legacy head. But, most of them do sound different at lower/higher volumes.
#5
That's a solid state amp, no? SS amps generally sound pretty same throughout the different volume levels until you start to clip the power section. When that happens, everything sounds terrible and people in the nearby vicinity usually commit suicide.
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