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  • Bugera V-22 video on top of 4x12

    Did this just now. I'll do a better recording later to for now this is the Booger very loud in the room.
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  • #2
    sounds great! You're giving me 4x12 cab GAS.
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    • #3
      It sounds AWESOME!!!

      It opens the sound much with a cab compare to the combo by itself!

      Great job, and great playing by the way!



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      • #4
        sounds good... has a nice clean tone... and if you've got that you're on your way.... nice job

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        • #5
          sounds great, wish i could hear what you were saying a bit better though
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          • #6
            sounds great, wish i could hear what you were saying a bit better though


            Tru dat I forgot to leave the voice from the cam
            Mabye I'll fix it.
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            • #7
              that is awesome. i love it.

              look like i just figured out what amp i want to get. might get a bugera cab to go along with it
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              • #8
                I've only used the stock speaker, but to get sounds close to that it's gotta be pretty loud. I'm guessing he was pretty dang cranked there.
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                • #9
                  Proof is in the pudding and that is pretty tasty pudding.
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                  • #10
                    I've only used the stock speaker, but to get sounds close to that it's gotta be pretty loud. I'm guessing he was pretty dang cranked there.


                    All volumes were on 7 (Very loud) including gain.
                    But it really wasn't too bad as I was close enough to the cab so the most impact went past my legs and not straight into my ears
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                    • #11
                      is this amp loud enough to gig with?
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                      • #12
                        Say what you will about Behringer but that amp sounds damn good.

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                        • #13
                          is this amp loud enough to gig with?


                          IMO No.
                          I din't even think the V-55 is myself. Though I usually play through a TonePort and headphones (by the way they DO sound excellent through some decent moniters), I prefer to use a Twin Reverb for gigs with a Tube Screamer and a Blackstar HTdual. Then you get kick ass headroom and sparkle and crushing distortion when needed and enough volume not to worry about being drown out or having no clean hadroom.
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                          • #14
                            is this amp loud enough to gig with?


                            depends on the size of the gig.
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                            • #15
                              any amp is loud enough to gig with if you mic it....ive never played an a gig where I wasn't mic'd.
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