#1
If i start up a band what gear are we going to need if all we have are instruments and practice amps (by that i mean 10-20W) ? Any good amp suggestions (bass and guitar) that aren't to expensive but still loud and good quality would be appreciated. Also what leads and cables will we need?
#2
You'll want some valve amps, around 30 watts.
Also, do you have a PA for the vocals?
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#3
you don't need a PA to gig. the place should have the PA if it is at all decent. i am guessing you can't afford valve amps and i have used my fender FM212R at gigs plenty and it works fine but i have decent distortion pedals. get some good quality cables, if you change guitars during your set i would recommend the cables with a circuit breaker to that you dont make too much noise while changing. and make sure you have a tuner handy other then that go out and have fun.
#6
it all depends on sizes, brands, active or passive, built in mixer, etc

What kind of music do you play, and what are the budgets for your band
#7
About 40 watts tube or 100 watts solid state should do a gig well. You'll need a decent bass halfstack I'd say to compete with that. You need mics and PA for vocals, but that may be provided by the venue.
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