Axe-Fx into my DAW going through my studio monitors. Great little low volume setup. I also have a Gries 5 and a few pedals when I want to play something different. Both great solutions for home playing.
I too use a C60 at home - Why? Because all my tube amps are racked up in the basement and I like to play guitar on a whim and with the C60 you just turn the thing on and play instantly.I just use my Roland Cube 60 on the blackface setting. Sounds great and can literally be set to whisper levels. It sits behind me here in the computer room and I often noodle thru it with my telecaster while I'm on the internet.
I can appreciate people around here having loads of really good tube amps (I wish I could) and I am quite capable of hearing/feeling the difference playing thru different amps...but this cheapo solid-state Cube 60 is still one of the best purchases I ever made IMO. As stated, it makes an excellent practice amp on the blackface setting and I've done dozens of low volume gigs with it in the JC clean setting. Not as good as a 'real' amp, but it does well enough anyway.
I think of my Cube 60 as my TV amp because I leave it on if I'm watching TV so I can noodle around off and on all evening. I can grab whatever guitar is plugged into it whenever I want and just start to play. If I doze off and wake up at 4 am and it's still on it's no big deal.I just use my Roland Cube 60 on the blackface setting. Sounds great and can literally be set to whisper levels. It sits behind me here in the computer room and I often noodle thru it with my telecaster while I'm on the internet.