#1
Im thinking about getting a tube amp to replace my cube, for home use only.
I play all kind of rock, so im going to buy a overdrive pedal also for the heavier stuff. But it would be nice with a good clean channel also.

First i looked at a orange tiny terror combo, but it has no EQ so i dont think its so versatile(?)

Then i looked at a orange rocker 30, but is that one too loud for home use practicing?

Another options may be a blackheart handsome devil, its swictable between 7 and 15 watt.

Or maby a Laney VC15 /101

are all of these to loud? , the volume i use on my cube30x is 3 out of 10 :p

And then to the other question would they give a nice sound? Better than a cube?

Maby you cud recomend other amps also?

Maximum price is around 1100 euro ( and thats if its a really good amp)
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#2
only problem with using a tube amp at home is that you will have to play loud to get the best sound from the amp, whereas with a solid amp/electronic amp u can play whatever volume andget OK sound.
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#3
The 5 watt range is suitable.
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#4
Well technically no tube amp is too loud for home use, that's what the volume knob is for, but I'm guessing you want one you can get some breakup on. The tiny terror combo would be a good idea, as for the EQ you could just get an EQ pedal, problem solved. Another idea what be to look at some 5 watt amps.
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That is like €400 over his budget.

True.
It's an amazing amp though, and it's worth saving up that extra money for


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Do you like british voiced or american voiced amps better?
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It's an amazing amp though, and it's worth saving up that extra money for

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True.
It's an amazing amp though, and it's worth saving up that extra money for


on thomann swedish page, it says 1900 euro :P thats pretty weird
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what pedals would i need to get something like this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYj1_3A5ock

and on one of those is it even possible to get a kinda good slash tone?
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#11
Apparently, you'd need a Blackheart amp, an EHX Holy Grail, what looks like a Boss DD-6 and a decent distortion.