#1
Hey guys,
I didnt know what to search for in the forums to give me an answer so ill just ask.
this may be a stupid question, but is there a way to use headphones on a guitar amplifier that doesnt have a headphone socket?
I have a Fender Frontman 212r and (as far as i know) it doesnt have a headphone socket, and sometimes i want to use headphones (when i need to be quiet).
Thanks in advance for any help!
#2
I believe you've answered your own question. It is not possible without a headphone jack.

And there are no stupid questions, just stupid answers : )

I researched the 212, and it dooes not have a headphone out.

EDIT. Actually, in one of the photos, it looks like thre might be one on the front right panel, but I can'tsee the writing. If it does have one, it'll be 1/4"
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#3
No there isn't is the short answer.
Actually called Mark!

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#4
Plug a headphone jack into the output?
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#7
An attenuator on a solid state amp?
Actually called Mark!

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#9
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An attenuator on a solid state amp?



Hey it is one way of putting a headphone jack on an amp that does not have one.
Short of modifying the amps internals that is.