#1
Title? Answer please?
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#2
Um...I wouldnt say so...not unless you know youre going to mic it or run Line Out to the PA. Other than that...nah.
#3
probz run it to a PA i think thats what they do at the place i would be gigging at

so what amp would i be looking to get my band play death metal
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#4
yep it's plenty loud for a basic pub gig, anywhere bigger they'd insist on micing it anyways as 1) a safety regulation and 2) just common practice. A cube 60 will get over drums and cut through the mix so in that regard anything that is louder than drums is suitable for gigging.
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so what amp would i be looking to get my band play death metal

spose it'd be a tube too
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#7
Cube 60 is good if there gonna mic it.
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so what amp would i be looking to get my band play death metal

spose it'd be a tube too



Peavey XXX, Peavey 5150/6505, Mesa Rectifier...etc.
#9
cool thanks lol i don't know that much bout amps so that a real help

what would buying one consist of? head,cab,i'm not sure
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#10
So you ask if the 60 is enough, and when we tell you it is, you want to buy a halfstack?

Price range?
#11
no i was wondering actually lol i'm getting the 60 in a few weeks but i thoguth seeing as most people said it isn't adequete unless miced up i would ask what I'd need for atube and how much a good one costs for playing metal ya know for later info....
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#12
Yea, the cube 60w can take up a small-med sized gig, you can crank it too, but as a safety regulation, but it probably won't explode.
#13
i know the smallest cube isnt, the microcube, yes I KNOW FORM EXPERIENCE <sobs>, lol that was a bad day
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#14
A Cube 60 is suitable for smaller club-sized gigs. It'll get over drums fairly well, but being a solid-state amp, it thins out at high volumes. So while it can do small gigs (maybe medium sized if you mic'd it), you be better off to try for a tube combo. Something like a Peavey XXX Super 40 or Peavey XXX 112 would be great. A Peavey 6505 212 combo would be even better if you could afford it (or find one used at a good price). Outside of that, maybe some smaller Mesa combos (F-50, Recto-O-Verb, Mark IV....you'd be lucky to get one under $1000 though).
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