#1
if i got a peavey classic 30 and put it in my bedroom would it be too loud?

im not allowed to play too loud so i could have a bit of a problem i was just wondering would i be fine?

im not really looking to crank it or anything

thanks guys
#2
Too loud is a matter of opinion. You have to crank these things to get the good tone, but you could get a smaller wattage amp for the bedroom. I've got a Classic 50w 2x12 in my "jam room" in my house, but I am the one who determines what is too loud. If you keep the volume down or muff it with a blanket over it, you can have a good amp on hand for when you will be able to crank it.
#3
You wouldn't unlock the full potential of the amp tbh, but it could be done. I personally would just buy a 5/10/15 watt laney or something, but that's just me.
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#4
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Too loud is a matter of opinion. You have to crank these things to get the good tone, but you could get a smaller wattage amp for the bedroom. I've got a Classic 50w 2x12 in my "jam room" in my house, but I am the one who determines what is too loud. If you keep the volume down or muff it with a blanket over it, you can have a good amp on hand for when you will be able to crank it.

that'll over heat it wont it? and what if you just put the blanket over the cab and not the head(this is for me, with a crate V33 head & cab)
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that'll over heat it wont it? and what if you just put the blanket over the cab and not the head(this is for me, with a crate V33 head & cab)


i still wouldn't do that i would think it might still over heat
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i still wouldn't do that i would think it might still over heat

the tubes are what get hot arent they? how would speakers overheat?
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#8
Worse comes to worse, if you like it, buy it, and save up for a bit and buy an attenuator later on, you'll be able to have it fully cranked, at a respectable volume
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Tube amps never have headphone jacks.

Anyway, I've played my friend's Classic 50 multiple times at his house, and they have a baby. It's fine.
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it's still a tube amp that has a headphone jack...


I think he meant good tube amps don't have headphone jacks
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