hey, i was just curious if the king royale (2x12 combo) has an early break up with a good amount of power, or would i need an attenuator? how does it take pedals? do the two different channels differ? thanks,
Very versitile amp! Plenty of power and sounds amazing! If someone said "here, you can have either this Matchless DC30 or a King Royale"... I'd take the King! (Actually I'd take my Club Royale over any other amp, so I'm a little biased...)
Originally posted by adelphi710 hey, i was just curious if the king royale (2x12 combo) has an early break up with a good amount of power, or would i need an attenuator? how does it take pedals? do the two different channels differ? thanks,
The channel with the single volume and tone is a great "Vox AC-30". The other channel is quite different with a master (that is one that works quite well), and effective tone controls. To cut to the chase, the channels are different.
My particular amp has a 1/2 power mod done by Brian (before I had the amp) and I have never used it.
The amp takes pedals as a Vox AC-30 would. Right there in the middle of most amps, so it's fine and dandy.
The amp is built very well to say the least and is a very touch sensitive amp that is really a player's dream but can be quite loud. You always have the option of something like and AirBrake that works amazingly well with this amp. On step "2" it will be like a 15 watter or so.
If you are ever near Los Angeles you are more than welcome to borrow mine and compare to other amps or gig with it. It is a workhorse and I have no problems with it going out on gigs with friends.