#2
120w...

Alex
Guitars:
Schecter Omen 6
SX Telecaster
Rogue Deadnought
Squier J Bass

Amps:
Peavey TKO 115
Line 6 Spider III 15 watt
Fender Rumble 15

Drums:
Yamaha, Lugwig, Pearl, CB Drums
Sabian Cymbals
Yamaha Hardware
#3
Quote by bojangleman
120w...

Alex


thanx, man, much appreciated

now, would u actually buy this thing as a starter musician??
#4
no....

trust me, ive tried every which way to find good gear cheap....and powerful enough to get my band by...but to get the job done, your going to have to spend some money...

like a seperate mixer, power amps, and speakers...

this is what my bands bout to throw cash out at:

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Soundcraft-GigRac-1000st-Powered-Mixer-103041380-i1153460.gc
+
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Yamaha-S115V-2-Way-15--Club-Series-V-Speaker-Pair-600427-i1320286.gc

Alex
Guitars:
Schecter Omen 6
SX Telecaster
Rogue Deadnought
Squier J Bass

Amps:
Peavey TKO 115
Line 6 Spider III 15 watt
Fender Rumble 15

Drums:
Yamaha, Lugwig, Pearl, CB Drums
Sabian Cymbals
Yamaha Hardware
#6
i know most places have a house PA
but wen ur band is playing house parties, or parties out in someone's backyard, u r usually gonna need ur own sort of PA
#7
I personally like stereo setups for PAs...but something like this mono unit would work ok.

I have a Behringer XK1200 in the studio, 120W and very loud, it also sounds great. If you can find one or two on ebay or locally they are worth the price. I got mine for $120 with free shipping from zzounds when they were selling out.

for small gigs the Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus / S715 kit is a nice choice IMO. It's nothing great but better than running vocals though a guitar amp like my cousins do...
Last edited by moody07747 at Jul 31, 2008,