#2
First off, just get the head and cab. Second, you can't plug it into the AUX IN, you need a speaker cab. And I highly doubt that those speakers come unplugged on that combo...
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#4
Should be. If you are worried about it, extend your budget a little bit and get a larger amp...
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#6
No problem. It's kinda what I am here for...
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#8
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Is the head and cab loud enough for teh giggin though?


Not in my opinion. You playing with a band? Drums? Another guitar?

For a little more than the VJ stack, you could get the Palomino V16. Great tone and 3x the wattage. Much more suitable for gigs.

I generally prefer to not go below 30W for gigging, but 15W could just get you by, IMHO.
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#9
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so yeah. im think about buying the epi valve junior combo to use with the AUX IN on my gmx 210 for gigging. is this possible?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-Valve-Junior-Combo-Amp?sku=480260

if so, is this a good idea? what are some other cheap tube amps that will work well?
No, you cannot run the combo into your aux in. You could get a Ultra-G DI box, cut the speaker wiire, and rewire thru the Ultra-G. But you still must use the speaker to load the amp. The Ultra-G can send a signal to your aux in.