#2
one advice. don't get a harley benton cab, because a friend of mine has that cab and i've noticed that it will just give you a muddy ''mooof'' sound if you have put any bass on your EQ settings...
#3
Oh yes, the DS-1 guy. Happy with your pedal?

Watts measure power, so yes, more watts = more power. However, volume isn't the same thing as watts.

Yes, the GA5 is pretty good. It's basically a Valve Junior with an added tone control. I guess it'd reach Van Halen levels if you turn it up and use the DS-1.
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#4
There another bundle on there with an epiphone valve junoir cab for £20 more. 70 watts. How does this do good?

Thank you for your replies and yes my DS-1 is doing fine i bought him an adapter
#5
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There another bundle on there with an epiphone valve junoir cab for £20 more. 70 watts. How does this do good?

Thank you for your replies and yes my DS-1 is doing fine i bought him an adapter


The cab being 70 watts doesn't matter, the amps wattage is what matters. Just remember that the cab needs to be able to handle more than the amp pushes out (or at least the same). I guess the VJ cab is better, tho.
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one advice. don't get a harley benton cab, because a friend of mine has that cab and i've noticed that it will just give you a muddy ''mooof'' sound if you have put any bass on your EQ settings...

Theres a decent one with v30's in it, wich gets cheaper than buying the 2 v30's seperate
Dont know if thats the one tough
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#7
are you in the UK? if you are, for the price of the valve junior/ga5 + cabinet, you could probably get a laney vc15, which has a bit more gain and might handle those styles a bit better.

don't get me wrong, it's not a modern-sounding amp, but it'll do the modern stuff a bit better than a valve junior.
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#8
I'd reccommend a Harley Benton combo...

probably best bang for the buck when it comes to people who want to buy an amp for blues and classic rock (can go hard rock territory wit han od).

I love mine