#1
hey guys i was just wondering how many watts my amp should be if im looking to play a show at a local community center with my band. We're gonna be playing in a room the size of a basketball court. My guitarist has a 100 watt amp and we have drums and all.

any help is appreciated
#2
i play a 100 watt bass amp against two 120 watt guitar amps and drums and i am deffinitly heard and im only playing with the amp at alittle over half.
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#3
You'll definetly be fine. Are the amps going to me miced?, if so you'll be set to go, but either way it will be fine.
#5
what about putting it through a PA system or is that the same as being miced
#6
if the room is gonna be filled quite a bit you'll need about 300 watts. acoustics in a gym are killer.

PA system is the same as micing pretty much. ur sending a signal from ur amps to bigger speakers. cept one might be direct line out and the other an actual mic infront of the amp.
#8
If you need vocals, chances are there will be some sort of PA.

100 watts should do you just fine... although, it depends on the speaker size as well. I have found that a 15" speaker projects better than a 10".


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uhhh mines a 10"

and yopur point is? i am sure a 15 will project better
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