#1
I was at Gc yesterday and really liked the valveking 112

If i want to play small gigs should i get the 212 or will the 112 be enough without a cab?

I have enough Money for a 212.
#2
Quote by E-Street
I was at Gc yesterday and really liked the valveking 112

If i want to play small gigs should i get the 212 or will the 112 be enough without a cab?

I have enough Money for a 212.


Trust me...the 1x12 would be plenty loud enough for a gig, but the 2x12 has a few more features than the 1x12 if i'm not mistaken, I've never tried or seen the 1x12 so I wouldn't know from experience.
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#3
considering the 212 has that extra speaker to help push the sound you probably wanna hit that up rather than the 112
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#5
I've done a few small venues with my 112. Plenty of volume. The 212 has a presence knob (112 doesn't,) a resonance knob (as opposed to a button on the 112.) I think the 212 has slightly more gain. I would tilt either amp up at a slight angle or get an amp stand for medium venues, same as I would recommend for any other combo.