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Well, there is more to compare in the VAC 23 vs. the 40 than just speaker size as he points out in the Pros/Cons sections so I don't think you can make a good comparison based on one spec (speaker size). On the makers website, he shows prices for a 1x15 40 so it's possibe to have it all if you are a fan of 15sI'm watching this now-great video-great tones. Wondering if there are any benefits tonally in the 15inch Vac 23 over the Vac 40 with 2x10s.
i was fortunate to play through one at the music zoo in long island last summer and was very impressed. the VAC 23 was much more grab and go but there was no comparison in terms of overall tone.
The 40 has an entire second channel, so it definitely has more options. Basically, you get the tone of the 23 with the addition of a second channel. Also, the 2-10 configuration was light enough to be a grab and go solution. I'm pretty sensitive to weight, and I didn't think the 2-10 was all that heavy compared to the Twin I used to have.Could you elaborate on "no comparison? Did you find the 40 to have "better" tone or simply more options? Did you play the same speaker setup in each? Thanks for a reply