Keep in mind, this is a subjective question as other players will have their own personal opinion on this topic. Even better would be a valve amp that includes an internal attenuator switch that can lower the wattage watt all the way to 1-watt.
Giving the best of both worlds allowing enough volume for both gigging and home playing when the wattage is knocked off. These amplifiers are also more reasonably priced than say a 50 and watt counterparts. As amps continue to get smaller and smaller in wattage which is the current trend, mainly due to the advance in front of house technology.
Even watts is seen as overkill by the internet and guitar forum community. It is actually better to have a quieter amp miked on stage as there will be less sound projection bouncing around the stage. All 5-watt tube amps will be louder than others, some candidates maybe loud enough for a potentially gigging and rehearsing without any additional cabinets.
However, If you own a low wattage amp you like the sound of but want to squeeze more volume out of it. In order to hook up an external cabinet, you will need to identify the correct connections if your amp includes them. Amp heads are guaranteed to include connections as they need an external cabinet to run the amp. Combos, however, tend to be a little less common. If your combo is versatile and includes the correct connection you must remember to match the resistance of your amp ohms matches the resistance of the cabinets resistance ohms.
Be warned! If you set a lower impedance for the speaker you can potentially What You Wanna Do - G.T. (5) & Steve Nice - Key Players Volume One [Chopped & Screwed] (CD) your amp. For example, if your amp head runs at 8 ohms but your speaker is running at 4 ohms this can cause a fault within the amp. There is not much to worry about if the What You Wanna Do - G.T. (5) & Steve Nice - Key Players Volume One [Chopped & Screwed] (CD) is running at a higher impedance, this will only cause volume loss.
Obviously, it makes sense to match both the cab and amps impedance. However, it useful to know if the venue or rehearsal space has a spare cabinet to combine with a lower wattage combo to take for using for a small sized gig without a PA system. When it comes to comparing both, tube amps always sound better when pushed to higher volumes compared to a solid state.
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