#1
So I've decided to get a Tiny Terror head later in the year(Unless some other little head blows me away), because I've been playing my active pup's through an SS.

My only problem is that I need to get it quiet enough for bedroom use, because that's all I'm doing for now. So what would you suggest I do? Could you recommend some small cabs, or just any way to quiet it down?
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#2
Well, there's this thing called a volume knob, really quite an ingenious invention really, you turn it anti-clockwise and the amp gets quieter. How brilliant is that, eh?
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Well, there's this thing called a volume knob, really quite an ingenious invention really, you turn it anti-clockwise and the amp gets quieter. How brilliant is that, eh?

Gee thank you. The thing is I'd prefer to not leave the knob on 0.5 all the time, or worry about accidentally turning it up and getting abuse from my family.
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#4
Plug in some headphones. That's what I do, and through my amp, it actually makes it sound better.
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Plug in some headphones. That's what I do, and through my amp, it actually makes it sound better.

Yeah, I suppose I could. But if I wanted to play without phones?
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#6
I just got an Egnater Rebel 20 with the matching 1x12 and I was jamming to some Tool yesterday, with my baby daughter sleeping in the next room.

Had it on the 1w setting with the gain pretty well dimed and I was gettin some great results. Rolled back the volume, clean as a whistle.

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#7
I use mine on low volumes and its not over the top loud hard to get any gain from the amp at low volumes though so i would normally plug my boss gt-10 and use the overdrive sounds from that
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The TT combo has a knob so it can go from anywhere between 7-15 watts. Not sure about the head though.
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The TT combo has a knob so it can go from anywhere between 7-15 watts. Not sure about the head though.


the head is switchable between 7 and 15 as well. they're coming out with a dual terror sometime this year, might be worth waiting for.
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The TT combo has a knob so it can go from anywhere between 7-15 watts. Not sure about the head though.


the head has the 7/15 watt switch too. it does sound good at low volumes just hard to get much gain from it has to be turned up a bit depends on what peoples definition of bedroom volumes are.
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#12
You gotta playing in a really sound proof room to use 7 watts to the fullest. Hell, I jammed with a drummer that will make your ears bleed with just the 1w.
#13
Tiny Terror has no problem at low volumes. It can get as much distortion as at high volumes, but it doesn't really sound quite as good (although I suspect this is mostly to do with the speakers not being driven hard enough)
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#14
You don't want to turn the volume down, but you want it to be quiet?

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You don't want to turn the volume down, but you want it to be quiet?

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Yea I don't get it either. You want it to be loud, but quiet at the same time? Get a soundproof room.
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Yea I don't get it either. You want it to be loud, but quiet at the same time? Get a soundproof room.

I don't want to sacrifice the sound quality by keeping it down so low.
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I don't want to sacrifice the sound quality by keeping it down so low.

So then turn it up? Duh..

The TT head has a 7watt switch, so you can put distort the tubes earlier, but it's not gonna be quiet by any means if you put it like over 12 o'clock volume.
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So then turn it up? Duh..

The TT head has a 7watt switch, so you can put distort the tubes earlier, but it's not gonna be quiet by any means if you put it like over 12 o'clock volume.

Will it be decently quiet with the 7watt on?
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#19
yeah. I can play my 40w in my bedroom without it being too loud. doesn't sound as good as it does cranked, but it doesn't matter.

any amp is going to get loud unless you can get it down to ~1 watt. I second the Egnater Rebel suggestion up there, much better value than the TT for you I would bet
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#20
Tiny Terrors regain their prices pretty damn well.

I have one with a matching 112 and it'll do bedroom levels fine.
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