#1
Which one do you guys reccomend? The 32 is class A single channel with overdrive, 30 watts with a 112 celestion, the V50 is 50 watts, class A/B, two independent EQ channels and i (Think) it has a master volume. Just curious of YOUR opinions, which do you think is the better value for the money?


P.S, dont tell me to go play them, cause i have.
#2
it depends, how loud do you want to play because your going to have to crank the AB to get a good sound out of it.
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#4
do they use different tubes? if so, that'd be another consideration, as the power tube overdrive will possibly/probably sound a bit different in that case...
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#5
^ yeah, the 30watt uses el84's and the 50watt uses el34's.

if you wanna get powertube od, the 30 will be better, since 50watts is pretty damn hard to break up. they probably sound a bit different too, since they use different powertubes.
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#7
uhm... love you too dave.

i really want my sister to get the v32, yes, mainly so i can play it whenever i want.
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i saw that you had the latest post... and just knew you were gonna pull that

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#11
thank gawd. hahaha.
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#13
^ Wow I do a search looking to learn about the V32, instead I read about UnsignedRecords's sister.


Speaking of the V32, I played one in guitar center and loved it, unless you play large gigs I don't think you should have much of a problem with 30 tube watts. Just my two cents from playing it once.
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#14
haha blame FUA

it's a really fun amp to play, i tihnk the 30watts is perfect for gigs and practices. mm.
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^ Wow I do a search looking to learn about the V32, instead I read about UnsignedRecords's sister.


Speaking of the V32, I played one in guitar center and loved it, unless you play large gigs I don't think you should have much of a problem with 30 tube watts. Just my two cents from playing it once.

It should be fantastic for large gigs, even, I think. Plenty of headroom.
Those things get surprisingly heavy. Me and my friend played a '57 classic Strat through one, and definitely got to about Black Sabbath, maybe even Iron Maiden status...
I do beat the holy hell out of the strings, though. And knowing how to use an EQ effectively is important, too.