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Speaker cab for modeling pedal?

Discussion in 'Modeling Amps, Plugins and Apps' started by mnutz, Aug 29, 2017.

  1. mnutz

    mnutz Tele-Holic

    I've got a Vox Stomplab 1G that I use for headphone practice. I'd like to get something that I can take outside to practice with too, but don't want to wear headphones outside.

    The reviews of the little Vox Amplug cabinet sound like a toy AM radio. Are their any decent sounding battery powered cabs that I can plug the Stomplab into?

    I know their are battery powered amps that would do the trick, but I dont need all they offer. The amp sims on the Stomplab are pretty good sounding, at least through headphones.

    Thanks!
     

  2. VintageSG

    VintageSG Tele-Afflicted Ad Free Member

    Mar 31, 2016
    Huddersfield, UK
    Search out a Bluetooth speaker for 'phones that also supports a cable input. Some of them are really rather good. Some are shonky as all get. Mine has no manufacturer marks on it, but is called a Model BE-10. Stereo, 5-6 hours battery life per charge and for close quarter listening, really good. Capable of going quite loud.

    HTH
     
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  3. mnutz

    mnutz Tele-Holic

    Just came across the Marshall Killburn. That thing looks about perfect!

    Like usual though, I just wasn't planning to spend that much.
     

  4. mnutz

    mnutz Tele-Holic

    Found the Samson Escape for $99. Rechargeable battery and 1/4" line level input. Can't find any sound clips though. Anyone ever try one?
     

  5. arielyitus

    arielyitus Tele-Meister

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    I had an atomic amplifire 12 which sounded great through headphones but it sounded bad with some bose speaker I have.

    I would recommend to try your stomplab with the speaker before buying.
     
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  6. codamedia

    codamedia Friend of Leo's

    Apr 4, 2009
    Western Canada
    Do you have a portable stereo with an AUX input?
    How about an unused set of powered speakers from the computer.

    Of course.... $10 junk will sound like $10 junk, but if you have something decent laying around - put it to work. I have an old set of Yamaha computer speakers I wouldn't hesitate to hook up to my modelers for low volume usage.
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2017

  7. Dacious

    Dacious Friend of Leo's

    Mar 16, 2003
    Godzone
    The little Roland battery amp, 2 watts, good sounding effects, pretty decent tone, loud enough to practice outdoors or can use headphones for room.
     

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