#1
I've heard only great things about this amp, but I want to make sure it can be quiet enough for the house. I'm not in a band so all I plan to do is play at home, so I'm just wondering if it can be quiet enough. The answer is most likley yes but I want to be 100% sure.
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#2
other inhabitants and neighbors factor in but yeah it can be used good in the home. but normal "quietish" level are like 2 on clean and 1.5 when the pregain is cranked. however, natural OD starts at like 4-5ish so unless people dont mind some blasting, dont expect too much OD without a pedal
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other inhabitants and neighbors factor in but yeah it can be used good in the home. but normal "quietish" level are like 2 on clean and 1.5 when the pregain is cranked. however, natural OD starts at like 4-5ish so unless people dont mind some blasting, dont expect too much OD without a pedal


It has a pre and post volume. You can get TONS of gain at very low volumes.
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It has a pre and post volume. You can get TONS of gain at very low volumes.


But not natural OD.

Mine works fine in the house. Post at about 3.

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#6
Yeah it actually isn't overwhelming for house practice. I keep the vol. on 2 for the clean channel and have my guitar's volume on half, and for the OD channel it really depends.

I keep my gain just above the 5 and the Post vol at 2.5, but if you have the Pre gain on 12, you'll wana turn down the Post down to 1.5 or 2.
#7
Quote by dcooper830
It has a pre and post volume. You can get TONS of gain at very low volumes.


oh yeah for sure. i can get heavy modern rock tones with the pre at 10, post at 2, and a boost from my ts-9 and id still be able to hear my guitar acoustically if i strum hard enough.

but the natural OD sound wont come on clean until you reach at least 4 (which with half volume on guitar is still loud for the house). in this case a pedal helps.