#1
Thought it'd be a "fun" idea for a thread.

I have a Cube 60 (60 watts, solid state) and for practising in my room I'm usually on about 1.5 (8 o'clock).
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#2
Marshall MG15DFX [dont flame] at 5 [12 o'clock] mostly... sometimes I crank it up to 10 when my stupid family is away.
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#3
^ Woh that's pretty loud.

I didn't use to have my Fender Frontman 15G past 2 on the volume if i remember correctly. It was still pretty loud.
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#5
i use my marshall avt150 and i usually dont have it past 3 wen practicing at home
#6
I have my DSL with the master volume at about 3 and the O/D at about 2 or 3.
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#7
On my half-stack I play with the volume on the amp at 1 or 2 and the volume on my processor at about the same, and the perants still complain. I put it on about 6 once, but things started rattling around on my table and it lasted for perhaps 20 seconds before the rents got upstairs (we have elderly neighbours with heart conditions and live in a semi, though). On my old 30w I used to practice at about 4.
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#8
on my Marshall AVT-100 I normally have it set on about 3, its pretty loud much passed that, well for bedroom use anyway.
#9
i have my 85w laney on about 4 when practisin, my neighbours would complain but one of them is the drummer in my band so i have to put up with his drumming.
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#10
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Marshall MG15DFX [dont flame] at 5 [12 o'clock] mostly... sometimes I crank it up to 10 when my stupid family is away.


I don't even have the DFX, just the bog standard MG15CD. At between 1.5 and 2.5.
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#11
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Thought it'd be a "fun" idea for a thread.

I have a Cube 60 (60 watts, solid state) and for practising in my room I'm usually on about 1.5 (8 o'clock).



I have exactly the same as you.
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#12
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^ Woh that's pretty loud.

I didn't use to have my Fender Frontman 15G past 2 on the volume if i remember correctly. It was still pretty loud.

yeah it's louder than the frontman [hate them]
but I like th high volume... and in higher volumes my guitar just sounds amazing... sometimes it can even overdrive the amp a bit!
btw it's a 1970's Aria Diamond that I modded and put a miboost circuit in, my dad is an electronics engineer so he designd it... great sound!
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#13
I have my vox at 15 watts with the master at 3 o'clock which is a bit louder than average tv level. But when im home alone i keep the same master and crank that baby to around 30-40 watts.
#14
2.5 on the Blues Jr (out of 12), and my ears ring a bit after practice sometimes.
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#15
clean on 3/4 sometimes 5, OD in 2 sometimes 3. (JCM 900 50watt with 1/2 power engaged so actually about 25 watt)
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#16
im playing a 5150 and i usually have it at about 2 for home practice and 4 to 5 for band practice. And it is insanely loud.

One time i PLayed a JCM 800 in Sam ASh with a 4x12 cab with Electro Voice Black label speakers in them 300 watts each and it was nuts the walls started shaking **** started falling off shelves and it was only on 4
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#17
On My MG10CD I usually put it at about 3 or 4. Any louder is too much for me, because I play in my bedroom with the door closed(my family complains)
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#18
on my Marshall TSL 602 60w 2x12 i have the master vol at 10 and pre-amp gain at 4/5.............i think i need a hearing aid by now!!!!
#20
depends whos home lol...if im alone i use my peavey classic 30 at full volume, if ppl home probably for cleans about 2 out of 12 on volume, about same dirty
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#22
Ummm.... running out of my 2:100 (100 watts tube), I usually stay around 9:00. Never go past 9:30 in my room, lol (literally, between 9:00 and 9:30 there is a SEVERAL decibal jump in volume lol).

But usually when I'm practising, I run my rack from the Recto Pre's direct outs and route into my 500-watt-something sound system (a lot more control over volume lol).
#23
Quote by SamDking
^ Woh that's pretty loud.

I didn't use to have my Fender Frontman 15G past 2 on the volume if i remember correctly. It was still pretty loud.


Pretty much same here Only with a Frontman 15R then

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#25
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im playing a 5150 and i usually have it at about 2 for home practice and 4 to 5 for band practice. And it is insanely loud.

One time i PLayed a JCM 800 in Sam ASh with a 4x12 cab with Electro Voice Black label speakers in them 300 watts each and it was nuts the walls started shaking **** started falling off shelves and it was only on 4


5150, good man
#26
I have a Mesa Boogie DC-5. At band practice I have the master at about 7 and the channel volumes at about 3.5 to 4.

For home practice the master is still at 7 but the channel volumes get lowered to around 1. Haha.
#27
Some of you guys practise pretty loud. I usually practise about TV volume levels.

Turn it up if no one's home, but that isn't very often.
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#28
on My Blues Jr I have the Master at 2 and Volume at 10, for that real Overdriven tone, its loud with just the Master on 2.
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#30
i use my valveking in the garage, with the volume at about 7. My neighbors hate me so badly. On quiet days my friend says he can hear me, and he lives a block away.
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#31
Quote by SamDking


I didn't use to have my Fender Frontman 15G past 2 on the volume if i remember correctly. It was still pretty loud.


It had ****astic tone, yet a ton of volume. I was happy to get rid of that damn thing when I got my 30.
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