#1
is the univalve ok for a practice amp? 15 tube watts with built in attenuator. it sounds pretty awesome. what cab would u recommend with this. i don't want to be too loud. are avatars any good?
#2
yes they're awesome. avatar would be good, you could try a marshal 2x12. that would be good also.
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#3
are they designed for practice? i thought they just made em 15 watts so you can play live and drive your tubes.
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#5
Avatar gives you great deals on new thd's if u buy them with a cab. a 2x12 and a Bivalves is 950 for the bivalve.
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#6
yea i was planning on buying from avatar. does anyone know how much the deal with a univalve and a 2x12 offered by avatar is?
#8
Univalves are meant to be recording amps and believe it or not, actually work as tube overdrive pedals. But they're perfectly fine as practice amps, expensive practice amps.
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yea i was planning on buying from avatar. does anyone know how much the deal with a univalve and a 2x12 offered by avatar is?

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#10
Univalves are a lot louder than you think, but sure you can practise with it, you can practise with any amp. They'll do gigs just fine too though (miked up for larger ones).
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