#1
I got a brand new avt 150 head for $500...(nice deal)... i know its 150 watts but is it 75w each cab or is it gonna be 150w coming out of one cab...when i get it.. I know some of you say the avt's suck but i like mine. so how much power will i be getting off one cab??????
#2
How can you like it if you don't have a cab to play it thru?

If I were you, I'd take it back and get a nice valve combo with the head money and money you're gonna' spend on a cab, but if you like it, I can't argue.

Anyway, look at Avatar cabs, cheap and great, or some used Marshall 1960's.
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#3
Quote by R_H_C_P
How can you like it if you don't have a cab to play it thru?

If I were you, I'd take it back and get a nice valve combo with the head money and money you're gonna' spend on a cab, but if you like it, I can't argue.

Anyway, look at Avatar cabs, cheap and great, or some used Marshall 1960's.


They let you try things out in shops with their cabs.


AVT heads sound alot better through 1960 cabs than the avt series cabs.

The 1936 2x12 is also a really good option.

The head runs at 4 ohms so into the 8ohm 2x12 youll get around 75W. The 1960 4x12s can run at 4 ohms so you'll get full volume out of them.

You could make your own cab aswell. This can be quite good because i find AVT's lack a bit of treble (probably more to do with my pups) so a cab that uses 10" and 12" cones would be great.