#1
I'm thinking about getting one, but I find that I really dont need it to be insanely loud. I've only heard good things about it, so this is the only issue holding me back from getting one asap.
#3
yes a 60w tube amp is loud for bedroom use
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#4
For bedroom use, yes. For the garage its a bit much but it is usable.

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#6
They are useable and sound ok in a bedroom environment. You just won't get your money's worth.
#7
Fine in a bedroom, good in garage, better at gigs.

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yes a 60w tube amp is loud for bedroom use


Guess I should stop using my 100w in my bedroom then?
#8
I really depends what you call "bedroom volumes," the volume that I play my JTM45 at home far exceeds what I consider "reasonable stage volume."
#9
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Fine in a bedroom, good in garage, better at gigs.


Guess I should stop using my 100w in my bedroom then?



if its cranked all the way its too loud for bedroom use
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#10
It has a volume knob and an FX loop so your should be alright.
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#11
Quote by WTF!!is a TAB
if its cranked all the way its too loud for bedroom use


No amp will ever be able to get cranked tones at bedroom level, not even a Zvex Nano...so why not just get the amp your want for live settings and use it at low volumes at home?
#12
Recently got one, and it sounds great at bedroom levels. Yeah, it's not the full volume, but it's certainly not too loud for bedroom use and you won't regret buying one.
#14
bedroom = too loud

garage = still probably a bit loud, but it wouldn't be too bad.

my 40w tube amp is too much for bedroom practice, at least at loud volumes. I have to keep it low
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#15
Well that sucks. I was looking forward to playing one.

What amp do you guys recommend for chugga chugga metal (Bodom, Amon Amarth, Norther) that sounds good at bedroom / garage levels? I don't care if its tube or solid state as long as it sounds good and works well with pedals.
#16
for metal you dont need powertube saturation, so it will be fine for your bedroom,

theres volume knobs on amps for a reason

my engl is 50w tube and it sounds awesome even down to whispering levels
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#18
The problem with using amps in small rooms, is that they sound much louder than they would in an equivalent open space. The walls bounce back sound waves and make the sound pressure higher. How well it will sound in bedroom levels comes largely down to the volume pot. If it is a nice logarithmic smooth one, youll get good sound, but unfortunately many cheap amps have pots that tend to be scratchy
#19
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Well that sucks. I was looking forward to playing one.

What amp do you guys recommend for chugga chugga metal (Bodom, Amon Amarth, Norther) that sounds good at bedroom / garage levels? I don't care if its tube or solid state as long as it sounds good and works well with pedals.



Then get on. It'll only be too loud if you play it too loud.