#1
i know they blow headphones, but what if i turned the volume mostly all off the way down? then could i do it through the effects loop?
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#2
No, unless there is an actual headphone jack on the amp or you get a attenuator with a headphone out
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#3
No. Get a cheap mfx or something.
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#4
If your amp has a line out, record out, di out, headphone out... they would be the safest ways.

Speaker out... no. never.

effects loop... yes.. IF you hooked something up like a pod with a headphone out jack in the fx loop and kept the normal speaker plugged in.

What you are asking though no.
#5
its tube
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#7
It may work through the FX loop, and it will not kill your amp to try. But if it does work, it will sound like shit because there is nopower amp interaction or a speaker cab. Preamps sound really thin and harsh with out a speaker cab or a cab VST.
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#8
the concern i have for your health outweighs the pleasure i would get from telling you to plug it into your speaker out.

no. it's a tube amp without an emulated output. you're not going to plug headphones into it and get anywhere close to even marshall mg tone. deal with it.
#9
Plugging headphones into the fx loop would result in a plain bad sound, because of impedance mismatch and because of the sound not passing through a cab.

Don't do that.
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