#1
This may have been asked before, but I could not find it...
So I have decided that I love the sound that I am getting out of my tiny Vox Pathfinder 15r, and next time I play a gig, I would love to use. I am planing on micing it next time I play, but I was wondering if I were to buy a 212 cab and use that, would it make the amp setup loud enough to play on its own, without a mic?
#2
you're getting a good sound out of a pathfinder :s buy a new amp, but you also could mic it
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#3
It won't be that much louder, but it'll sound fuller.

You could either:

A: Mic it.
or
B: Get a new amp.


Personally, I suggest B.
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#4
my buddy has used a 75 watt spider for a gig and it sounded pretty good for a spider but still spider quality (that is bad BTW).

you can definitely do it, but if you have the money, buy a small tube combo instead. depends on your style of playing. based on the fact you have a vox, im guessing its nothing in the realm of metal so a small tube combo (1x12) would do you endless good.
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#7
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Maybe you can plug it into the PA system ?

I've gigged with a microcube through a PA. It works just fine. A bigger amp would be better, but until $$ allows, it's just fine.
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#8
lmao thats cool. gigging with a microcube. i dont know if i would ever do that however. nice to know it can handle that tho.

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#9
I like to have a little stage volume so small amps were never a consideration.
#11
yes it would be. plenty loud. anything can be loud tho. its about sounding good too.
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