#1
just want to know if it will need to be too loud to get any high quality sounds or would i be better off getting somthing like a blackheart
#2
For strictly bedroom use the blackheart is probably better, but with the bj you options for gigs and band situations. You could always get an attenuator for it.
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#3
it'll play clean at bedroom levels.

if you want to od you'll want a pedal too.
and at low levels, using an od to "help" it, doesnt really use the full potential of that amp.

i ended up using my vj 9 times out of 10 at home.
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#4
A Blues Junior would be great for bedroom playing. I've never played a Blackheart.
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#5
i have a pro jr. and it's just a LITTLE bit too loud to play when people are sleeping. i mean you can turn it all the way down but you lose a lot of the good tube sound.

blues jr. would be ok as long as someone isn't sleeping right next to you.
#6
right next to you?

it's a 15W tube amp, with a lot of headroom. to get it to start to od, even using the fat switch and the main volume maxed, you'll want the vol over 3.

it get's loud.

if your parents dont complain then whatever. but it's my understanding that parents complain about things.


a 5W tube amp is still loud but much better in the bedroom, imo.

again, with a band, you'll want more.
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