#1
[peavey valveking]
and im used to the size and such of a 2 12 but im getting a 1 12
am i going to have problems adjusting or can i just turn it up ad it will keep the fullness of the 2 12s?
#2
if you're moving from solid state to tube the chances are it'll sound fuller simply because its a tube amp.
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.
#3
i think the fullness of the tone of a tube amp will make up for it
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#4
yeah and i know how the 50w tube = 150w ss
and also
i have 750$ or soon 900$
any suggestions since i play metal?
#6
If you don't need cleans, a used Peavey 5150 (or 6505) would probably be good. Or a Randall RG50TC, or B-52 AT112.
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#7
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If you don't need cleans, a used Peavey 5150 (or 6505) would probably be good. Or a Randall RG50TC, or B-52 AT112.

I use cleans A LOT thank you though
i play deathmetal, melodic deathmetal, heavymetal, melodic cleans, classical, & even some blues ocasionaly to loosen up
#8
used carvin V3 combo if you can find it
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