Originally Posted by ArtechnikA
A couple of people (in similar recent threads) have recommended a Zoom B3 which does a lot of other stuff and is useful in its own (non-practice) right - so that's something else to explore.
+1. I use the B3 for home practice w/my computer and a little Lexicon Alpha. Then I pack it up and go to rehearsals/gigs, and all my little sounds are there. Keep in mind that since the amp models on the B3 give you access to a virtual front panel of the amp being modeled, you have far more controls at your disposal than a little combo amp.
FWIW, I use Audio Technica ATHM50's for quiet/critical listening practice, and some Grado SR 60's for when I need to hear the wife/kids yelling at me.