#1
I have been thinking of getting a peavey valveking for a while and i have decided to get a job and save up for one. the only problem is i don't know which one to get. this is a noobish question, but which is better, the 112 or the 212? hopefully someone can answer this. Thanks.
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#2
I would think they both sound the same, but the 212 may be louder or more full sounding seeing as it's got 2 speakers.

EDIT: the valveking 212 has 100 watts, the 112 has 50. The vk 212 will probably have a little bit more headroom for cleans, but as far as sound in general goes, they're gonna sound the same.
#3
would it be worth the extra 200 dollars though?
EDITkay so i think i will go for the 112. i know 50W can be as loud as 100W, but it has to go somewhat quieter. thank you.
Gear for now:
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Line 6 Spider III 30
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
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#4
i would get the 112, 100 watts is a little too loud if you know what i mean. ive never had mine past 2 and i hate it. i would like to get some more distortion out of it but its hard to not being able to crank it and get that natural overdrive. also it would be easier for a speaker change since theres only one.
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I would think they both sound the same, but the 212 may be louder or more full sounding seeing as it's got 2 speakers.

EDIT: the valveking 212 has 100 watts, the 112 has 50. The vk 212 will probably have a little bit more headroom for cleans, but as far as sound in general goes, they're gonna sound the same.


not to high jack the thread, but are you happy with your XXX, any drawbacks to speak of?
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not to high jack the thread, but are you happy with your XXX, any drawbacks to speak of?


Yea I think it's great. Cleans are decent, you can buy a chorus pedal if you really are worried about them. I was actually impressed with the crunch channel's classic rock tone, although I don't use it too often. The greatest thing is obviously the ultra channel. This thing gets great metal tones, very reminiscent of Mesas. It's a little bright for metal, but not overwhelming. A couple drawbacks are probably the lower end is not as tight and punchy as I'd like it to be. I think some EQing will fix that, but otherwise it's a great amp for metal.