#1
Hey

Do you guys think that i could use one for home practise? My amp a the moment has to be set on 3 to stop the neighbours being pissed off, and thats a 15 watt.

I play stuff like Radiohead, Bloc Party, Editors to Metallica, but im willing to let the heavy stuff go if it means i can have those sweet, sweet cleans

As a side note, do they take pedals well?

Cheers guys
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
Last edited by Taylor704 at Jun 8, 2008,
#2
urm vibrochamp = 5 watts valve, superchamp = 15 watts valve
VC= class A, SC= class AB
superchamp has two channels

for ur sit go for the vibrochamp and on alot sites the vibro is £40 cheaper not sure bout usa im guessing u might be looking on gak
#4
I'd say my budget is about £250, and i know someone will probably suggest a Blackheart but living in England means unless i order online (which im trying to avoid)
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
#6
Quote by stewart91
id still go for the superchamp or vibrochamp


you sure it wont disturb the neighbours? my 15 watt runs at 3 not to disturb them
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
#9
Quote by stewart91
well what is ur 15 watt, solid state or valve


my 15 watt is an SS, a Peavey Backstage. When i bought it the guy insisted it was really loud for 15 watts but no one else has really heard it
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
#10
bump
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
#12
anyone know if the Vibro Champ takes pedals well?
My metal is more br00t4lz than yours

Gear:
Squier Strat
ESP B-10 Bass
Peavey Backstage
#14
The superchamp handles pedals well, so one assumes the same would ring true for the vibrochamp.

I definitely reccomend getting the vibrochamp for situation though, as the superchamp is rather loud. I have it set to a little over 2 on the volume and its still al ittle loud really.

And at band practice it reaches about 6, afterwhcih the drummer is shaking on his seat.
#15
I'd rather have the 15w one, arguably it'll give you a tone more similar to that you'd expect from a typical guitar amplifier what with it being Push-Pull.
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