The Orange is the only one that didn't get loud enough for a drummer, and that's because it's low power. The other two are great. The H&K has a lot of high-end, and I play a strat. So I don't usually use that amp with this cab with my band. I'll probably get something open backed for that, and that's why I knocked a star off of the "Versatility" metric."
It's your standard 1x12 cab, with an all black, all American metal vibe and a Peavey Blue Marvel 12" speaker inside. The Speaker is indeed a Peavey Blue Marvel but it's unbranded and practically unmarked on the inside. The back panel says it's rated at 16ohms and 40 watts which might entirely be true but I searched for this speaker very diligently online, and the results that I pulled showed a speaker capable of 70 watts and 8 ohms. So who truly knows. I know that the Blue Marvel in it has a very dark and muddy tone to it. It was a life saver when I was dead broke and desperate for gear. Today though, I've upgraded mine with a Celestion Vintage 30 which honestly sounds leagues better. I also installed wheels onto it's bottom so I can roll it around. I play it with my Peavey 6505 mh and it sounds spectacular.
I feel this is a great starter cab. Buy it when you're young and broke, put a little micro head through it like an Orange- Micro Terror or a Joyo- Zombie or whatever and you've got a pretty great and affordable practice rig."
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