#1
i have a mg. and just not doing it for me. so i am getting a peavey valveking 112. its 50 watt all tube. i play metal music with my frined. and will it be loud enough with the drummer. and for some small gigs? and i play at my youth group. and at the youth group we have a pa system. so i am god at the youth group. but about all the other things.
#2
Yes.

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Trust me it will be loud enough, the loudest i've turned mine up is to 3.5 and my ears started ringing.

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well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to be heard over a full band...
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Quote by Redsox4ever5955
ok i just did not know if i should save a lil more and get the 212


the 212 is nice but it's a little tinny sounding. It will def be loud enough though.

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Quote by Necrophagist777
the 212 is nice but it's a little tinny sounding. It will def be loud enough though.



so do u think i should stay with the 112?
#9
I think the 112 sounds better, its cheaper to upgrade, but play it to make sure it will be loud enough, i'm sure it will be.

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well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to be heard over a full band...

lol wut
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#12
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lol wut


I know, i believe paul gilbert uses a 50 watt combo live.

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Quote by seizetheday1103
well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to drown out a full band.


Fixed.
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well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to be heard over a full band...

Did you turn it on?
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Did you turn it on?


Yea, i don't think you can hear many tube amps when you leave them in standby.

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Quote by seizetheday1103
well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to be heard over a full band...

Then there must be something wrong with it:P
even a 60W ss amp would easily be loud enough to be heard over a band
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#18
yah its lous enough but the vk isn't a real metal amp unless u ngot a nice distorion in front of it or something like that
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#19
Quote by Useful_Idiot16
Did you turn it on?



yea both switches were on, the volume was on 8 we turned up the mids and the EQ, the clean sounded really muddy and gross... it was terrible. when its by itself its really loud.
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#20
honestly, a 20 watt amp is loud enough to be heard over a band.
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#21
All jokes aside, does that 60watt just have really bad tubes? you might want to change them.
#23
The only drawback with the 112 is you may want better speaker projection. A 112 can be a bit one dimentional sounding. An amp stand would help.
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well, my 60 watt tube amp isnt loud enough to be heard over a full band...

Top tip: Use the volume control.
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#25
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honestly, a 20 watt amp is loud enough to be heard over a band.

even a metal band?

seisetheday - i think you have something wrong with your amp. Has it always been that way?

TS - get the 50. Those extra 50 watts won't be that much louder but the amp will be heavier. A good OD pedal and speaker swap down the road will help.