#1
I know the ValveKing has a dull mid-range, so I automatically thought of a Vintage 30 for a mid-hump. How is the low-end on the V30? I want a pretty smooth, beefy low end. Mostly going to be used for metal.
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#3
what is a bigger problem?

the fact that whatever houses the speaker makes a massive difference

combos give bad sound with all in built - but the valveking is worse

however im a fan of the g-12 centuries or EV's - something like the 200s
#4
How many watts is the VK? Can a vintage30 handle it?

vintage 30 and greenbacks are my fav. speakers.
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#6
Just a testomony, I plugged the Valveking into my Orange PPC212 (I think this cab handles the V30's and plays them the best..) and I got a real nice warm tone, I unplugged it to compare and I the stock speaker sound reminded me of a real harsh cheap plastic (if that makes sense, lol.) tone.
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Quote by davedoom
what is a bigger problem?

the fact that whatever houses the speaker makes a massive difference

combos give bad sound with all in built - but the valveking is worse

however im a fan of the g-12 centuries or EV's - something like the 200s



get a v-30. its the industry standard and its pretty versatile and good for metal. they sound great.
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