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Stupidity has no explanation...it simply exists.
I neither want nor use "coupons" from merchants that I do NOT buy from.
Going from 30w up to 100w (assuming same speakers, room dynamics, etc.) would sound only 1.44 times louder...noticeable, but not twice as loud.
Yep, it all depends upon HOW efficient the speaker is, something FEW people pay much attention to.
Yep, that's what they make the VOL controls (guitar and amp) for!
Well, the USAF also flew USN / USMC "Phantoms" in Viet Nam, thanks to Macnamera's "one-size fits all" directives for planes. Another example, the...
Sometimes simple things can be 'over' simplified into 'unnecessary' complexity...and the simple RC tone control is an excellent example.
Mathematically, "loudness vs. wattage" follows this equation, assuming all else (speakers, room dynamics, etc.) remain the same:
1) With due respect to Peter Paul MOUNDS™, "...because, sometimes you fell like a NUT..."
2) When SIX isn't good enough, 'cause you want a...
"The RIGHT tool for the JOB"...also applies to amplifiers (and their associated speakers!!!).
"Firecrackers" weren't used to dig the Panama...
...or, LEARN how & why resistances in parallel get smaller and resistances in series get larger.
Guitar cables handle/carry very low-voltage/current signals; low capacitance is primary goal
Speaker cables handle higher voltages and MUCH...
For "practice" applications, you might consider also adding a "dropping" resistor in series with any small elliptical speaker(s) because they do...
Was that a "rap" sound track?
Depends (no not the Old Foggie pants) whether the amp
If it's TUBE amp, yes. But, if it's a SS amp, the answer "depends."