#1
I recently bought a Krank Rev Jr and am not able to get the right tone out of it since I can't turn it up past .5 in my home.

If I could turn up the volume in my home, where exactly would I need to set all of the knobs to get it to sound like this starting at 0:44 into the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzwl16-IfJE

Sweep:
Bass:
Mid:
Treble:
Master Volume:
Gain:
Boost on or off:
Active FX on or off and how much:

I also Just bought this https://taweber.powweb.com/weber/minimass.htm

I talked to the guys at the UG forum and they reccommended this attenuator saying that I will be able to crank the volume on the head but still control the output to the speaker, So I will be able to reach the right amount of tube saturation and be able to play at a lower volume.
#2
Attenuator is your best bet. Or a pedal.
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#3
I second the attenuator suggestion, however personally I'd try to find a Dr. Z Airbrake as opposed to the MiniMass (nothing wrong with the MiniMass though).
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#5
i'm not sure, this was a couple mins after i set up, i think sweep was 5, bass 10, mid 4-5, treble 6-8, gain 10, fx loop active 3/4 vol


Off a comment on the vid. However, you're going to need an attenuator if you want to make it sound decent at low volumes. I recccommend the Ultimate Attenuator. Bedroom volume, no tone loss. kinda expensive though.
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#7
I'm worried that my 50w minimass is not high enough wattage for my 25w Krank Rev Jr. Please tell me that it is, I only plan on putting the volume of the amp up in the 4-6 range.
#8
Does anyone know if this attenuator will help me get bad ass sound out of my amp at super low volumes?
#9
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I'm worried that my 50w minimass is not high enough wattage for my 25w Krank Rev Jr. Please tell me that it is, I only plan on putting the volume of the amp up in the 4-6 range.


50w is enough. The Weber site says that you may want double the wattage of your amp if you tend to turn the volume of your amp close to it's max.