#1
Gday, Im pretty sure i will buy a Peavey Valveking for my next amp to replace my crappy randall. I cant decide between the valveking 112 or valveking 212, as i can get them both for the same price.

My main concern is that i mainly just rock in my bedroom, and i am scared if i get the 212 i will have to crank it too loud for it to sound good. I have a mega stereo and like to jam to it, but still i fear the 212 might be packing too much power. Which one should I go for?
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#2
212, the VK isnt really all that loud. I've got the 112 and wish I had the 212. Just get a power regulator thing if your concerned.
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#3
212. screw a lame 112 (then again, thats pretty much what i have, but i connect it to a 412 cab, so HA)
#4
Off topic - What kinda music you into? My cousin is into metal and he was looking into this thing. What do you think? (short answer is fine, no detail needed in the tonal explanation cause we will try one out here soon anyways)

I'm not sure how loud it is. Like i said, i'm going to be checking one of these out through and through, so i will crank it up and play the hell out of it before i tell my cousin its worth it; that is IF it is good for the metal tone he's looking for.
#5
Oh, i just learned the 112 has no line out, does anyone know if the 212 has a line out?
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Off topic - What kinda music you into? My cousin is into metal and he was looking into this thing. What do you think? (short answer is fine, no detail needed in the tonal explanation cause we will try one out here soon anyways)

I'm not sure how loud it is. Like i said, i'm going to be checking one of these out through and through, so i will crank it up and play the hell out of it before i tell my cousin its worth it; that is IF it is good for the metal tone he's looking for.


moer blues/rock orientated... not really suited for metal...
#7
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Oh, i just learned the 112 has no line out, does anyone know if the 212 has a line out?

tube amps don't often have line outs.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#8
Two independent footswitchable channels
External speaker capability (line out right?)
Buffered effects loop

on the Valveking 112... 212 probably the same or even more
#9
112. The 212 is hopelessly overpowered, you will need another person to carry it with unless you're a 7ft. Black guy, and will have twice the amount of rubbish stock speakers and tubes for you to replace.
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Fixed.

+1 to MrCarrot. While the 2x12" will project better, you're better off using the 112 as a head with a cab if you want projection and don't have access to a PA.