#1
Okay, so, I ordered a Kustom Coupe 36 from musiciansfriend. Normally I would not have, but I dont' exactly live in the greatest location for trying out amps.

Anyways, my worry is, it won't be loud enough for my desired application. I would be using it for performing with a full band, with another guitarist, a drummer, and a bassist/singer. Would it be wiser of me to get the 72 instead?
#3
36 all tube watts, you'll be fine, just crank that mother up...
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Chute CC-04 2x12
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Fender American Deluxe Strat SSS (with DG-20's)
Martin Dx-1
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Big Muff Pi Tone Wicker
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Holy Grail Plus Reverb
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
Boss RC-2 Loop pedal
#4
36 Watts, it is.

If it's all tube (which it is), you will probably have some power to spare, unless your drummer uses lead pipes for sticks and is an Olympic body builder.
#5
That was my thinking, but a few reviews (including the one here) had me a little nervous.

Whatever the case, musiciansfriend has a pretty liberal return policy, I suppose that if it isn't up to snub I can always return it.
#6
it'll be plenty loud enough at 36 watts tube. I've got a 30 watt tube palomino that works fine in a full band situation
main rig:
MIM Tele->VP Jr.->CryBaby->Fuzz Factory->TS808->Carbon Copy->Phase 90->TU-3->Vox AC30CCH+Avatar 212 and Peavey VTM60+Marshall 1960A


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#7
36 watts will be enough for most things you have now.

I have a 40 watt tube amp and if I turn it half way up the house starts shaking and everything near starts rattling. I can be hear myself in a band easily.