#1
My friend likes to buy behringer. He would like to know can behringer lx112 v-ampire (old version 2x50w with jensen speaker) go over drummer ? Can practise with a bend ?
#3
they try to get u to buy their stuff with the new upgraded jensen speakers. i have the full behringer half stack with the upgraded jensen speakers in the cab. i have the volume up at six or seven to get above the drummer. dont get it.
#4
I think you can practice bends on any amp.

Eh... it wouldn't sound good to get over a band. You probably would have to turn it up a bit, but you should be able to.
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#5
It won't go over the drums in a practice situation. Trust me, I owned one (but also have a particularly loud drummer...). It's not bad as a practice amp in your bedroom, but you're not gonna get any decent kind of tone out of it really.
#6
yeah its according your drummer. I've had kids in here argue with me and tell me their 10 watt solid state amp will go over any drummer. And if i had a 10 watt solid state amp you wouldn't be able to hear jack. My 120 watt tube head i have to turn up pretty loud.
#7
A 50 watt ss or digital amp is equivilent to 16 watts tube. So no, for ss amps you need a minimum of 90 watts to be heard over a drummer for hard rock/metal jams.
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#8
i've never tried this but u could always hook up a cab that u have to the back of that amp if u want. the behringer amp is pretty much the same as the ghx1200h with two speakers in it. it has the same output plugs in the back as the head.
#9
so what nshs? What makes you think by hooking up a cab with more speakers that makes it louder? It doesnt. Its still the same amount of watts. lol
#10
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so what nshs? What makes you think by hooking up a cab with more speakers that makes it louder? It doesnt. Its still the same amount of watts. lol

its all about area. i can have my half stack loud as anything and stand in a certain part of the room and hear it less.

its called sound reinforcement.