#1
I'm looking for something that I can play through headphones with for late night practising.

I've already tried-

Pocket Pod (Iffy build quality, difficult to operate, sounded good though)
Korg Pandora PX4D (not bad, but didn't sound particularly inspiring)

Size isn't really an issue. Sound/build quality and ease of use are.

A second hand Pod 2.0 perhaps?

Thanks,
Josh

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#3
Id go for the pod if your bothered about Size, but i play Through my line 6's output for the late night jam Sesh
#4
Tom Scholz Rockman is Perfect for you look on ebay for them
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#6
Guitar Rig or Amplitube maybe? Although that said, your UX1 should have come with some reasonable modelling software anyway (Gearbox). I've never used it although the audio demos are quite impressive, surely that'd do fine.

If you don't want to use the computer I suppose a POD2 would be fine.
#7
Inexpensive valve combo and Weber Headphone Tap?
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#8
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Inexpensive valve combo and Weber Headphone Tap?

No. The headphone tap sucks. It has no speaker emulation so it sounds good clean, but when overdriven it's awful.
I think a POD is about the best you're going to get in this case.
#9
Pod or something like that.
My RP50 has served me well. It even has a passable drum machine.
So, great for jamming with yourself.
Tone is pretty bad though.
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#10
A Microcube could work for you. It runs on batteries, has a headphone out, and is easy to operate. The only thing that I personally think it suffers from is its lack of EQ.
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#11
Doesn't look like anyone else noticed his sig., he already has a Micro Cube and a Line6 UX1. Why not put them to use?
#12
^Microcube is too loud and the Toneport is too much hassle. I don't want to have to fire up the Laptop and load up the presets etc. Plus I'd only get distracted by UG.

I'll look out for old PODs on the eBay. The cheap digitechs look alright too (RP70).

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#13
They are somewhat limited, but have you tried any of the Vox AmPlugs? $40 headphone amps that are actually quite good. They are strictly for practice, not recording.
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Vox amplug AC30. Super simple headphone amp that sounds great.
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#16
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to loud with headphones?


The headphone out sounds awful.


I'll check those amplugs out.

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#17
^The headphone out isn't that bad as long as you have decent headphones. I usually use overly large headphones with my Cube in favor of earbuds.
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