#1
Hi everyone after getting less than satisfactory feeling when looking into the use of headphones with amps to allow me to play quietly I have started to look at portable min amps that i can use to practice in perfect quiet.

The ones I've seen are the CTech Pocket Rock-It V2 that has had some terrible reviews. The Rock man Ace which looks great and the Danelectro Honey Tone. Are there any others? I basically want something small and portable that has ear/headphones that i can use to practice my guitar without waking people up at night, etc.

Any ideas?
#3
I have the honeytone, its alright, i hate how it looks, if thats important to you, but it sounds pretty deace for the money and can get pretty loud to for the size!
#4
the big issue is how it sounds through headphones cos I don't want it to be audible, I want to put headphones on to practice like when other people are asleep. i want it to sound good through headphones.
#5
one of my buddies bought the marshall mini amp a few years back when it first came out. its a pretty nice little unit, well worth getting since you can clip it on your belt and walk around.
#9
the fender one is like a mini-tone master or something. anyways, it sounds great.
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#10
just an update I went to a great little guitar shop in Hull today called Antoine's guitars and in a bit of an impulse went and bought a Marshall MS-2. They were really helpful setting up one with earphones so I could test one out and I bought it for £21.

I must say best 20 quid I ever spent. I love it it's just the perfect thing I were looking for and after spending couple of years trying to find the right silent practice rig, I found just the thing I was looking for. If anything they sound even better through earphones. BTW, I'm using basic apple iPod ones.

But yeah well impressed, thanks everyone for their help. Cheers!