#1
Hey I played through this combo today and I thought the tone was great-warm and buttery. So do you think a half-stack version of this would suit my needs for gigging? My amp is usually mic'd up, but just in case. Anyone have any experiences with this amp?
#2
*sigh*

you dont need a halfstack. you can get lower wattage and get effects, or just save your money for that matter.
yeah, from what ive heard its a great amp. ive played it once, but i had some douche draining me out at GC.
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#3
That amp is amazing man...i had to leave it at a music school this week and I've been missing it every time I get home from the school. Great for recording too, a pro engineer told me he really liked my tone and it was just an MIM Strat through the V16 Palomino. For the price, you wont find anything like it
#4
The halfstack (really a quarterstack) version is still 30W. Just get the 2x12 combo, and you'll be more than covered for gigs.
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#6
The 50 watt combo would be plenty for gigging, more than youd need really. The 30 watt head with a nice cab and good speakers would be my personal choice.
#7
I might be the first to say this, but if you can go halfstack(with a good amp is implied) then do it. It leaves a great amount of room for upgrading and customization later, and the sell back value will be greater. And I don't want to into another discussion about this, but I find a head/cab more portable than a combo.
#8
Honestly, do you really need a half stack? I'm guessing that the 2x12 combo will have a line out so that you can attach it to a cab, if you ever feel the need...I say just get a combo. Nice amp though.
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