Is 60 tube watts equal to 150 SS watts, Because I have a 150w SS and I plan on getting a 6505 combo soon.
Last edited by KaneIsRaw13 at Jun 7, 2008,
You can't really compare the wattage of a SS to a tube. They're different. I've also heard that wattage and volume don't directly relate.
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no they dont ^

my 50 watt vox AD50VT, even though not fully tube, has nothing at all on my friends Fender FM212
Either way, a 6505 combo is going to be loud enough to jam with a band and gig easily, so you won't have any issues with volume.
Watts are watts, there's no "conversion."
The 6505 is a very loud amp, you won't have a problem with volume.