#1
Hi everybody! So how can I play my electric guitar during school-trips, etc. I mean I cant take my amp with me as it is large and heavy...

Should I stay unplugged?? Maybe there is somekind of smaller device that would solve this? Any ideas??
#2
Uhm, a mini amp

Roland Micro Cube. There are also man others out there. Look up Portable Guitars Amps on Google, or something similar.
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#4
You could get a battery powered mini amp, or strum harder. That's one that rocks about strats, their unplugged tone is stunning and the trem spring chamber is larger enough that it'll actually make some sound unplugged.
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#6
Get the vox amplug
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#7
I beleve its called an acoustic guitar :p

but seriously though like everyone else has said if you're playing so others can hear you get one of those mini battery powered amps if its just so you can hear yourself get one of those amp plugs you can put headphones into or their are some battery powered amps that have a headphones out so you can have both.
#9
maybe a roland micro cube or a marshall ms2 mini amp
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#10
vox amplug, any headphone amp, or if your not on a budget, a line6 pocket pod express or korg pandora
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#11
i feel stupid to ask this but vox amplug doesnt have amplification by itself right? you have to plug it to somewhere? its just a preamp? also is there anything that can both give sound and have good tone at that size if vox cant do it?
#12
Quote by blind.quardian
i feel stupid to ask this but vox amplug doesnt have amplification by itself right? you have to plug it to somewhere? its just a preamp? also is there anything that can both give sound and have good tone at that size if vox cant do it?


aaa batteries, take ur pick of the 3. i have the classic rock. plug amplug into your guitar, headset to amplug, and your rocking. simple, small, convenient and to be honest sounds as good as most amps.
#13
yes headphones work but you need that kind of stuff right it just doesnt give out sound like an amp without plugging any speaker or headphones?
#14
Try something in the Digitech RP range or maybe some kind of Pod with headphones.
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#15
Quote by blind.quardian
yes headphones work but you need that kind of stuff right it just doesnt give out sound like an amp without plugging any speaker or headphones?


sorry please rephrase, didnt quite understand if thats a question or statement.

headphones for the amplug is all thats needed. i would suggest open headies, closed headies will sound like poop unless you spend big.

u can get decent enough open headies for less than $50, i think the k75's?