#1
I have peavey vypyr 15 watt and squier strat.
I'm thinking of buying ltd mh-1000 and I think my amp won't be good enough for the guitar. Peavey is too loud for my apartment right now and I doubt i can go for tube amp because it will be too loud. (Even ht-1 would be loud)
Any suggestions on what I should do?
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#3
Nothing you do is going to get you roaring tube amp sounds at low volumes unless you want to spend over $1000. So just get a Line 6 Pod HD unit and play it through a set of studio monitors at low volumes. It's not perfect, but it will get the job done.
#4
I'm not sure that the 15 watt is too loud. But it's the general concensus that EMGs are best with a tube amp. Maybe check out Blackstar? They have very low wattage tube amps available, and they sound pretty good.
#5
There's no way that your Vypyr is too loud. I have a full Vypyr Tube 120W half stack, and I can get it below whisper volumes with ease. I can get it quiet enough that I can easily hear my guitar over it.

Are you using the post gain controls, as well as the master volume?
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#10
The volume knob is there to adjust the volume.
Which means you can turn ANY amp quiet enough.
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Try turning the volume knob counter clockwise.

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#12
the only quieter amp would be a POD/multi FX with headphones. Use the volume knob.
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#13
Or you could just plug headphones into the Vypyrs headphone socket
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#14
You will not attain maximum br00tz by keeping your volume knob on 10. That's stupid with a SS-amp.
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Or you could just plug headphones into the Vypyrs headphone socket

I forgot the newer practice amps have that!
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#16
all the 15 watt vypyrs have that.
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#17
You should get the Boss eBand JS-8. It's absolutely perfect for apartments! Sounds awesome aswell!
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#18
At first I thought my Vypyr 30 was too loud. Turns out you have to be really precise with the volume knob until you get something that's right.