#1
Could I make it work, or would I be better off with something of a lower wattage, say, a Super Reverb?
#2
For bedroom playing I'd be looking at a deluxe reverb or a champ. If you're playing all clean the super reverb would be fine though.
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#3
Quote by Teh_Zombie
Could I make it work, or would I be better off with something of a lower wattage, say, a Super Reverb?

do you live in a mansion, or a sound proof room
if no then youve just answeard your own question.
isnt this simple common sense, that a 100watt tube amplifier isnt meant for practice ina bedroom.
or any tube amp 20watts and up, unless your just ganna be playing cleans all day.
i for instance could give a ratts ass if its to loud for a room, cause i dont give a shits about my neighboors.
#4
Attenuators my friend!

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#5
Quote by Kevin Saale
For bedroom playing I'd be looking at a deluxe reverb or a champ. If you're playing all clean the super reverb would be fine though.

+1 The deluxe reverb is a "quiet" 22w
#6
I would be pretty hard to get the natural tube driven tone at bedroom volumes. As I understand the super reverb is one loud amp. I'm sure it sounds great cranked but as my 5watt VJ combo is too loud cranked for a bedroom and my Traynor YCV20 is too loud cranked I would imagine that the super reverb would be even more than too loud cranked. You could buy an attenuator. I use an L pad attenuator on both my amps to get a quiter but still too loud cranked sound. I get to use my amps cranked on week days when my wife and neighbours are at work as I do late shifts. When people are at home I use overdrive and distortion pedals to get tones I want at managble levels.