#1
About how much watts do you need on your amp to play a church? (this is phrased really badly, I know)
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#3
well im sure an amp that goes to eleven will be fine... Seriously with a light drummer 50 watts no drummer maybe 25.
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#5
Tube? Solid State? Are you looking to drown out the pastor, or just play along?
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#6
you could have a 435208435902743590 watt amp, but it wont make sound without speakers.

how big is your church? ive been in some that a 1x12 combo would be fine, and others where a 2x12 combo would struggle to fill the hall.
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#7
anything all tube 30 watts would work fine. Even 15 if there was no drummer, or a quiet drummer at least.
#8
I didn't really have any specifications. I just have no idea the number of watts to drummer to where you are playing ratio is at.
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well im sure an amp that goes to eleven will be fine... Seriously with a light drummer 50 watts no drummer maybe 25.



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#10
Quote by Led man32
Seriously with a light drummer 50 watts no drummer maybe 25.


Light drummer 15, heavy drummer 25 (that is, if you want it cranked, which you should )
#11
666 watts.

sorry.


depends on the speakers mainly- also, probably what mr hankey said.
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#12
1 million dollars!

ops umm about 50 wats should be good.
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