#1
I have i question about halfstacks, i am going to buy this amp head and it has a 1/4" Headphones/Record Out Jack does this mean i can plug in my headphones and that will override the cabinet so i dont annoy my family and nabbors
#2
Depends, some do that. Others have a set volume comming from the headphone jack and you have to turn the volume down on your amp.
#3
that heads i have are the hugges and kettner tri amp and the ibanez tone blaster x, also i was looking for a noise gate or something for the ibanez
#4
if not then just unplug the cab
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if not then just unplug the cab

Don't ever, ever, ever, ever do this, it'll fry your amp.
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#6
^^just so you know, usually you cant run a head without a cab, or you ruin the head.

TS look up in online manual. if it's got a headphone bypass then it'll say.


edit: boo dancing edward, ruining my arrows.
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#7
Never unplug the cab on a tube amp!!! But since you mentioned the headphone/line out something tells me it's solid state.
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^^just so you know, usually you cant run a head without a cab, or you ruin the head.

TS look up in online manual. if it's got a headphone bypass then it'll say.


edit: boo dancing edward, ruining my arrows.

why aren't you in the kitchen, jenny?
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#9
Some amps have a silent/recording feature where you can hear it through the headphones but not through the cab. My Mesa F-100 has one, not so sure on the Roadking.
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#10
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why aren't you in the kitchen, jenny?


because i found a hacksaw under the sink.
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because i found a hacksaw under the sink.

since you insist on it, go build me a tool bench, but no leaving the kitchen anymore
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#12
^ haha @ at ed and jenny!
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#13
Bollocks, she's got a hacksaw.

Yes, most amps with a headphone/line out jack will stop sending signal to the speakers or cab when you plug in headphones or a cable to a recording device.