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    with an amp? without an amp? computer speakers? headphones?

    What say you?
    Member or the Squier Army since 2009

  • #2
    SCXD most the time. I can use the computer but don't bother as my amp and strat are sitting right beside me.

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    • #3
      yes
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      • #4
        Amp or my acoustic.
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        • #5
          How is the SDXD? I met a guy at a Queensryche show last night, (I had a fender shirt on) and we struck up a conversation about amps. He said he just got one and was in love with it. I've been thinking about a smaller amp myself and thats one of them.
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          • #6
            Marshall JCM Half Stack mic'ed into the monitors for a nice surrund sound. 200 watt monitor amp into 12" Floor monitors.
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            • #7
              i generally play into one of a few tube heads (50 - 100 watts) with an attenuator to bring down the volume through a 4x12" cab. it's quiet enough to have a decent conversation over, but sounds like a cranked tube rig (because that's what it is).
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              • #8
                Amp(s)
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                • #9
                  How is the SDXD? I met a guy at a Queensryche show last night, (I had a fender shirt on) and we struck up a conversation about amps. He said he just got one and was in love with it. I've been thinking about a smaller amp myself and thats one of them.


                  I think it is great. Sounds good at low vol. Has line out ,you can run it into your computer for recording. Has speaker out. I run mine into a 1x12 at times.
                  Use the amp with no modeling 90% of the time. Great Fender clean tone
                  and have my Bad Monkey for a little OD boost.
                  Perfect for home use for me.

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                  • #10
                    with an amp? microcube, JC50

                    without an amp? yes.

                    computer speakers? headphones? yes, jamvox, pocketpod.


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                    • #11
                      H & K switchblade when i can

                      johnson J-station with headphones when i need to
                      guitars are good............family is better
                      the combo is wonderful!

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                      • #12
                        I think it is great. Sounds good at low vol. Has line out ,you can run it into your computer for recording. Has speaker out. I run mine into a 1x12 at times.
                        Use the amp with no modeling 90% of the time. Great Fender clean tone
                        and have my Bad Monkey for a little OD boost.
                        Perfect for home use for me.


                        Nice. Same thing I heard last night. Thanks man.
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                        • #13
                          Amp and GT8

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                          • #14
                            i generally play into one of a few tube heads (50 - 100 watts) with an attenuator to bring down the volume through a 4x12" cab. it's quiet enough to have a decent conversation over, but sounds like a cranked tube rig (because that's what it is).


                            Thats what I need (attenuator). What kind do you recommend?
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                            • #15
                              computer speakers and headphones r my playing at home
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