#1
I've been looking at some guitar amps for a while and I have found one that I like alot. I'm just afraid it will be waaaaaaaaaaay too loud.

I'm looking at a Peavey ValveKing 112 50 Watt (tube) amp

I do gig for chruch, school, ya know whatever but would it be ok for home practice??? because I dont want to buy a nice amp and never be able to play in inside.
#2
Oh, and forgot to add,

if anyone has any suggestions to any other amps similar to this that would also be a great help : )
#5
dude i have a 100 watt line 6 duoverb and it plays great at loud and quiet levels. so chill.
#9
I'd say the ValveKing and a speaker swap would be decent for you.
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#10
Biggest misconception with guitar amps: If it is big, therefore it must only be able to be used with the volume on ten. This is just not true.
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By high-gain I don't mean stupid stuff. I just mean styles like Motley Crue or Iron Maiden
#11
^Not totally true. Many amps sound like crap at lower volumes. Plexis and older marshall don't sound their best until they're pretty much dimed.
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#12
Quote by Kevin Saale
^Not totally true. Many amps sound like crap at lower volumes. Plexis and older marshall don't sound their best until they're pretty much dimed.

True, but I guess I was talking more about SS amps, actually.
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#13
I don't deal with SS amps. I've only had two, a crap fender that was my first and a crate gt65 that was made right in my home town and is the best ss amp I've ever played.
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#14
Quote by rwalby9
I'd say the ValveKing and a speaker swap would be decent for you.


+1. The main shortfall of the Valveking is its POS speaker. Replace that with a Celestion V30/G12T-75, and you're cooking.
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#15
The Valveking sounded like crap at low volumes when I tried it. I was quite disappointed actually, I expected more from it.
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Quote by timi_hendrix
The Valveking sounded like crap at low volumes when I tried it. I was quite disappointed actually, I expected more from it.

Interesting, it's been my experience that VK's suffer at high volume, not low volume. Must be spotty.
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Quote by DaMarsbarPerson
By high-gain I don't mean stupid stuff. I just mean styles like Motley Crue or Iron Maiden