What is your #1 Amp for at home playing?

wrxplayer

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Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special. 5/15/30 watt switch makes it work very well at home.
 

Dr.Tom

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Take your pick , on any given day it could be different. Lately its the Fuchs TDS through the 2x12 Celestion Golds.

Amps:
1965 Pro Reverb,1966 Vibrolux Reverb, two 1968 Super Reverbs, two 1968 Vibrolux Reverbs,1968 Princeton Reverb, 1968 Deluxe Reverb, 1968 Bandmaster Reverb, two 1969 Bandmaster Reverbs, Vox AC15 2x10, Vox AC15TBX, Marshall DSL 401,Mesa Boogie Mark IV, 1964 & 1965 Ampeg Gemini 1's ; 1970s Ampeg V4 ; two 1970s Ampeg V2s; Vox AC30CC1 ; 1965 Gibson Falcon ; Fuchs ODS 50 Head & 1x12combo; Fuchs 100W TDS Head ;Avatar 2x12-Celestion Blues ; Avatar 2x12-Celestion Golds

Regards,

Tom
 

teleman55

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Mine would be ...i got two "just for home" amps. #1 an Epiphone Valve Special with a Weber alnico in it. #2 a 15W Vox Valvetronix.
 

kurtsstuff

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This......:dude

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Sometimes this!!


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And sometimes this....

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stratzrus

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I go through spells.

For months last year I was playing a 335 plugged directly into my Super Reverb then sometime during the fall, after putting a pair of SROs in my 4x12, I switched to playing through my Rivera Knucklehead Reverb.

During the last month I've been playing my HSS Strat through a Micro Cube set to Recto with delay.

It's nice having a complete change of pace every once in a while, and the Micro Cube lets me play in my high rise apartment at 4AM without complaints.
 

a1briz

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For home use, a POD X3 docked inside an Atomic 18W tube amp. See atomicamps.com

Sounds killer at low volumes (and of course loud too)
 

pennylink

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For me it's a Sheldon TT3R (1-3 Watt handbuilt combo with 12" Greenback). Exceptional tonal qualitiy and versatility at neighbor-friendly volume.
 

jspax7

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Same amps that I gig with.

Brown note D'Lite
Fuchs ODS30 (hand tuned and modded to perform better at lower volumes)

I see no point in owning amps that I can't enjoy at home.
 

franksguitar

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For home it depends if I want to wake the neighborhood up to use my gigging rigs loud (kidding since I've done it before). Seriously I use either a Blues Jr, a Roland Micro Cube, Boogie Studio 22, Vox Pathfinder or a Princeton II. If I decide to use My Marshall Combo, Hot Rod Deluxe or Mesa Boogie MkIII I just keep the master volume down.
 




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