plon wrote:I just got the 30 head. I wanted an amp for lower volumes when I play late at night and didn't want a combo. I'm running it through my Mesa Rectifier 4X12 cab with Vintage 30's. It pushes that cab no problem and sounds surprisingly kick ass!
getcha_pull wrote:plon wrote:I just got the 30 head. I wanted an amp for lower volumes when I play late at night and didn't want a combo. I'm running it through my Mesa Rectifier 4X12 cab with Vintage 30's. It pushes that cab no problem and sounds surprisingly kick ass!
awsome! i wondered if it would push a 4x12 cab,have you got a chance to crank it up to a high volume to see how it sounds?
jobryan26 wrote:UPS just attempted to deliver my Vypyr 30 Mini Stack at my house but of course I'm at work. They scheduled for a re-attempt tomorrow at which of course I'll be at work. lol I called and can pick it up from the terminal tonight between 7-7:30pm.
dalrymple wrote:I just bought a 30 head and spent a few days experimenting with speaker options. It can easily drive 2 16 ohm 112 cabs, equalling the required 8 ohm load. I run a single 112 with an 8 ohm Jensen in it and the thing rocks. I will probably be forced to build a custom cab for the head after I fall in love with it. I'm in deep like after less than 2 weeks. It makes a great gig back-up for my tube 60, and with the light 112 is easier to take to the jams than the 60.
I hooked up a 212 with Governor and Hellatone, 112 with blue marvel, 112 with greenback. Ended up with the 112 jensen, just sounded best overall with the amp modeling.
The 30 head is a LOUD little sucker and sounds great. Go for it. The 15 is awesome, but not loud enuf to gig with and offers only half the effects. Vypyr mini satck will rock for sure.
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