Also.....you can damage your amp with trailing echo's/delays from what I understand....So...if your not using delay your cool...If you are....Might want to check into it first..
Yup, the Radial Headbone works great! I've been using it to compare my amps to each other lately and it's great.. The one thing you should be cautious about is if you use an effects loop because according to the instruction manual a delay pedal or some other modulation type pedal my cause some weird load issues "This means that you cannot use any type of
echo device that prolongs a signal on the ampliﬁers effects
loop or after the Headbone in your signal chain. Failure to
do so could cause the echo to continue to play through the
standby amp which, in turn, would continue to amplify the
signal without a load. This could cause the amp or the Head-
bone to malfunction. The Headbones internal resistor load
is only designed to support the standby ampliﬁers residual
output. The Headbone is NOT a load box." From the user manual.
In terms everybody can understand..Tranny's go POOF!!!!!!