- Jan 2, 2016
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The EVH5150 EL34 has a headphone out.
I used mine mainly as some front-end FX into my 4x10 L7 in college.
Most people dont realize you can plug a pair of headphones into your pedalboard and guitar in the other end and instant headphone amp! Another cheap option is get a used Digitech multieffects pedal like the RP55 or RP90 or RP255 or any RP series they made, it has a headphone jack, setup a few tones in the pedal, lots of effects and its footswitchable.I need to find a way to practice using headphones for late night. I don’t really have a good computer or software or a setup like that i can use with plugins or whatever. I also don’t particularly like the little vox mini plug in amps very much: i always bump them and get tangled and such:
I know the spark is a popular choice as i’m sure it has bluetooth, but honestly i’m not a huge phan of app and computer style amps with a million presets and options and such.
i was looking at the orange micro terror which has an output as well as usable with my 1x10 little cab for practicing.
The dsl 1 has aux in and out jacks, not sure if that means headphone usable or if you can just use 1/4in jack as a headphones.
The dsl1 is ideal for me since it’s a grab n go practice option and a little more versatile than the micro.
are there any other good options out there? head, combo, or other i haven’t thought of? again don’t want to go more than a few hundred, the dsl 1 as much as i’d want to go.
also if there is some kind of tech option that you could explain to me as someone who is just awful using computer, let me know. Thanks guys.
I use a Nux Mighty Plug for complete portability, or my Line 6 Pod Go (uses Helix effects) or Yamaha THR10.