#1
ive been looking to get a tube combo for mostly practice at home. i thought the valveking looked like a great deal at 400 for an all tube amp. the prob is that its 50 watts and ill never use that much wattage in my bedroom. i was wondering if ill be able to get a good tone at low volumes on this bad boy? also if anyone has other suggestions for low wattage tube combos please give me advice. i play mostly metalcorish stuff and will use a distortion/od pedal if i need to.
#2
its pretty good you can still get a pretty good tone at low volumes, for blues and then some metal too depending on where you got it set at, plus its got awsome reverb too.
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#3
My friends got one of the Peavey Bandit 120W hooked up to another 120 cab and it plays some fine at bedroom level But I don't have any expierence really with tube amps
#4
the valve king isn't that good

you could get a classic 30 for that, much better
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#5
i considered the classic 30 but was told that it woulndt be able to handle metal. do you think it could pull off a good metal tone with some kind of od pedal?
#7
im thinking fender isnt the way to go here because im mostly looking for a good distortion and fender is more known for its cleans. anyone tried the low end traynors?
#8
its really between the valveking and classic 30 right now because they are so cheap and will provide me with a good tube tone for practice. so which should i go for?