#2
If you're asking if it's loud enough, yes it is. Also, yes it's tube. The second one is really, really loud.

However, I really can't say if it's goo enough to gig and what not, until we know what it is your music styles are.
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#3
it's a valve amp, and get the 602. nothing fancy about the 100watt. its just... 100watts.
60 would be more than enough for gigs, but i personally don't like the TSL line. thats one reason i bought one of the DSL.
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#4
Yeah 60w all tube will be great for gigs. I have my sights set on a TSL 602 myself. Really aching to buy one. Its a great amp. I played it at a music shop.
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Although its a combo, could you add another cab to it to make 6 speakers? If i ever needed to although i really doubt it.
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Although its a combo, could you add another cab to it to make 6 speakers? If i ever needed to although i really doubt it.


trust me mate you woudn't ever need to give that thing any more speakers! If you wanted to put a 4x12 on it, just buy the TSL60 head as opposed to the combo.
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