#3
wat
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#4
yes about loudness..if i will buy a new amp, i will go with tubes, but i dont wanna need earplugs, and no a power attenduator..
#5
you dont need ear plugs
just turn it not to max >.<
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#6
iv it is just for practice, dont go higher than 30 if you are on a budget
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#8
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iv it is just for practice, dont go higher than 30 if you are on a budget



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#9
there is already a board for this :|
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#10
there's a thread and I think tube watts are 2.x something louder so I'm thinking less than 15...
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#12
An 8-12 watt is what you're looking for. But an even better idea would be taking this to the proper forum.
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#13
its a bit more loud.. but its loud enough for a room definately but not a band practice. it sounds better loud also

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#14
I heard 5 Tube=40 Watt SS.
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