#1
I have a question about this amp.Is it loud enough for playng with a hard playng drummer and in a small place?And im afraid that when recording it will sound like my ****ty 10 watt practice amp i mean very small sounding?
#2
Yep, it'll be loud enough with a drummer.

Crank it. It shouldn't sound small
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I have a question about this amp.Is it loud enough for playng with a hard playng drummer and in a small place?And im afraid that when recording it will sound like my ****ty 10 watt practice amp i mean very small sounding?


Yep.

And it won't sound like that at all. I'm assuming your current amp is a solid state. If so, that's probably why. Valve amps tend to sound louder than solid states with the same wattage. I don't understand why, but it's explained in one of the stickies if you'd like to know about it.
#7
yes it will. at volume of 3 i can hear myself clearly over the drummer and bass player. i use the lc15r in band practices.
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