Does the Peavey Valve King Royal 8 sound anything like its bigger brothers? If not is it at least a good little practice amp/ jam ses./seeing how much I like tubes amp?
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Last edited by Drewski09 at Feb 28, 2008,
i thought it sounded quite different. though i didn't try the two head-to-head.
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It would be great for practice but jamming would be a stretch. I don't think it could handle a jam session.

A guitar and bass or two guitar jam would be find. In a full band (guitar guitar bass drums vocals w/PA) you'd be hard to hear, at best.