#1
Was also looking at headphone amps as a practice amp due to portability etc. Recommended? I was looking at the HeadRoom Total Airhead model but I dunno if its worth the $100 for just headphones. It may be able to connect to a computer via USB though so not sure.

Advice?
#2
i guess i'm giving you a bumpy as i don't know what you are talking about.

is this a Headphone designed to plug into your guitar? Do you have a URL?

sounds interesting none the less, but personally i feel there are better ways to accomplish your goal.

what is your goal again?
#3
Get whatever amp you want and get a headphone tap if it doesn't come with a jack.

Chris
#5
Panhead is right...if you want portability with headphones, the Pocket Pod sounds good and come with many differant settings to fiddle with as well.

Chris
#6
the airhead is for music it is not a guitar amp. it will make sound through a guitar but that sound wont be very good and it will be clean unless you crank the volume. get the vox whacha call it headphone amps for guitar practice. i personally have a marshall ms2 but i got that because it has a speaker. it doesnt sound good but its useful and does have a headphone out.
#7
Quote by no_thing101
the airhead is for music it is not a guitar amp. it will make sound through a guitar but that sound wont be very good and it will be clean unless you crank the volume. get the vox whacha call it headphone amps for guitar practice. i personally have a marshall ms2 but i got that because it has a speaker. it doesnt sound good but its useful and does have a headphone out.


Yes, there's that vox things. I think they got 'em in differents flavors like metal and blues. Plugs right in the guitar jack. I haven't heard 'em though but I've thought they're pretty neat.

The pocket pod has a good selections of presets and that's almost 350 of 'em. They're grouped in 3 banks, each bank will have the list in groups too. It also have a belt clip and uses batteries (I use rechargables) and USB connection to computer with free editor.