#1
can you gig with the ad50vt im talking about drums bass guitar the whole deal without using a mic the gigs would be small maybe a community centre or a coffee house im on a budget around 500$ and i need somthing gigable on its own im canadian and i would be very thankful for your comments and your oppinions
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#2
It should be alright. A 50w hybrid amp like that should be loud enough for what you want. I don't know what else to recommend...

What kind of music are you going to be playing?
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#3
i play mostly originals hard rock/heavy metal type stuff
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MIM Fender Telecaster
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behringer pedal:TO800, UD100, EQ700
custom pedal board
goals for 0

-to sing
-sing & play
-have succesful first show
#4
The Vox isn't the best choice for heavy metal. It can handle hard rock, but metal is it's weak point. Check out the Roland Cube 60. It's more geared towards metal and hard rock. It's about the same price too.
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#5
Yeah, either a Roland Cube 60 or a Vox AD50VT wouls be a decent choice. Either way, you might want to mic it to avoid feedback, keep the tone strong, and have decent sound distribution. It'll get over drums ok (metal drumming is very loud). I found that the Cube 60 sounded a bit weaker than the Vox at higher volume levels, and it sounds a bit fuzzier (more SS sounding). Although, the Roland has the huge amounts of distortion you'll need for metal.
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