My purse , my wife’s purse ? Is that where your Bally are kept ? Lolif i were in his shoes i would be looking at all the pedal size amps out there.
so many damn good ones now to achieve what hes looking for that fits right
on your board, in your pocket, the wifes purse, your purse, lol
and loud as hell too.
I carry mine in a shoulder bag but the 50w weighs 35lbs. and it’s a ball breaker power wise.
The one I posted has a smaller board , 35 lbs is not bad. I am 61 and I have had some heavy amps like the JCM 900 dual 2 x 12 combo.The thing I forgot to mention about the 15W LBX is that it is not really for cleans. However, you don't exactly buy an amp like this for the cleans. The 50W is very heavy and also wide than most people may think until you from above.
The one I posted has a smaller board , 35 lbs is not bad. I am 61 and I have had some heavy amps like the JCM 900 dual 2 x 12 combo.
I just did a physical ability test and 65’lbs above my shoulders. 35 I could do all day.
I wish , I’m not the “Rock”Everyone should get an Arnold Schwarzenegger if they get a 2x12 combo. Should be included in the purchase, IMO. 65lbs! You could carry around a whole Roland Jazz Chorus 120 and wouldn't need the coaster wheels. Do you throw pool tables out the bar window when you get cross by any chance?
I was just wondering if there were any solid state amp heads that would be good for gigging? I have always used tube heads but as I get older ( I'll be 61 on Saturday) I just don't want to be lugging around heavy gear. I still want to use a head and cab so not interested in combo amps. I have two 2x12 cabs (jet city cabs) that I would use with a head. I don't think I have ever heard anyone use a solid state amp at any shows either local bands or pro bands. So guys, are there any solid state heads worth buying? BTW, I play melodic metal so I need a good crunch for rhythm and a good lead channel that will cut through the mix.