#1
so i vve owned a hrd for about 5 months and after playing at several churches im thinking its way to loud. so im thinking i will trade it in for a blues jr. is it worth it?
#2
well it's not worth it from a monetary point of view, the hrd is worth more (i wouldn't do a straight swap). but if it suits your situation better it might be.
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#3
The HRD is nice if you need the volume, but the BJr sounds much better to my ears... I believe it's because at equivalent volume I'm pushing the BJr a little more.
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#4
That was roughly my feeling too at fairly low volumes, but I haven't pushed the HRD before. And as you said, if you need the extra volume/headroom, the HRD will do things the BJ won't.
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That was roughly my feeling too at fairly low volumes, but I haven't pushed the HRD before. And as you said, if you need the extra volume/headroom, the HRD will do things the BJ won't.

Pushing the HRD is near impossible, even at band volumes. That thing can drown out a drum kit easily.
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