#1
I'm a a bedroom guitarist as well as an active musican in a band . Im looking to get either a Traynor YCV80Q 4x10 Combo or the Traynor TCV40 2x10 Combo. Which would be better for me because of the voulme.
#2
I go with the 2x10. It'll get over the drums, but you can still use it for practice (although not ideally).
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#6
I say get the Traynor YCV20. It's 15W and is WAY easier the practice with.

And if 15W isn't loud enough to gig with, mic it with the PA.

If you're a bedroom guitarist, the YCV80 is a major no-no. Trust me.
#7
slightly off topic...

does anyone know of any websites/shops in the uK that sell tryanor amps, i googled them but suprisingly couldnt find anything
#8
^ Traynor's are pretty hard to find in the UK. They're also pretty expensive.
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#9
^ grrrr, looks like i'll have to find something else then, the only one i found was a YCV Blue on ebay for about £699

thanks anyway
#10
^ Yeh I was a bit annoyed after spending a bit of time searching and finding pretty much nothing.

Especially with all the good press they get in the US.
- Gibson Les Paul Studio
- Squier Standard Strat
- Roland Cube 60
- Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde
- Boss OD-3
- Behringer EQ700