#1
yo.basically, i've got a marshall 1960a hanging around at home not getting much use.I'm after a new amp, preferably something that isn't too loud, hence why i've been looking at a vox ac15 and laney vc15 combos.
I'm after something that would be suitable for home, such as a small valve combo, but after trying a friends orange tiny terror through my 1960a, i remembered how much i love the sonics of a cab, and the volume seemed within the right boundries for home use.
As i said earlier, i've been looking at an a vox ac15 and laney vc15, simply because they are tube, nice amount of power, and more importantly have external speaker outputs.would running any of these amps through my cab cause any problems?
I have looked at small output heads, but nothing as of yet seems to have tickled my fancy,but would it be more appropriate?
got any ideas?
thanks for your time
#3
sure you can run those combos through your cab.

If you want a head ´though, as im guessing youd rather , as youll be using the cab always. Look at ceriatones 18 watt and 20 watt. But these are really imo too loud to be played at home. so if thats what your primarily going to use it for, the TT might be a better bet on the 7w mode. THough it doesnt really sound half as nice.

I myself have a 20watt marshall to gig with, and use something as primitive as a valve jr for home practice. Even the 5 watts are really a bit on the loud side, when considering neighbour peace and such

Mybe the TT will be for you. But sure you can use those combo's with your cab, just as well as a head.

If you however, dont care about not being able to crank it at home these are good options:

http://www.thomann.de/dk/vox_ac15htvh.htm
http://ceriatone.com/productSubPages/BS18w/BS18wComplete.htm
http://ceriatone.com/productSubPages/BS20WLead&Bass/BS20WLead&BassComplete.htm

Also look at the marshall HW series. Thats what I fell deeply in love with and love the 20w head with a passion, puts a big smile on my face everytime i play it But really ceriatone makes very similar amps at a much lower price
Guitars:
Gibson L. P std. 2006
Gibson L. P studio
Höfner asj228
Main amp:
Marshall 2061x HW head
Marshall 2061cx cab
fx:
Stock BD-2
TU-2
verbzilla
C.M. Red repeat
T-rex F.T.
Practice:
Epi vjr head
2x12 V30 cab and 4x10 G10 cab
#4
I own a Tiny Terror and frequently play it through my 1960 cab. I think it sounds good but it isn't incredibly quiet. Also the TT doesn't have the highest gain like some Marshalls but then again I'm not sure you care about that. The TT and the 1960 do sound sweet though.