#1
what does these thing means can i plug in effects ?
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#2
Quote by per-rock
what does these thing means can i plug in effects ?



i was wondering this also
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#3
Ive only ever sen line in and out on a pedal, as i remebr.

Anyway, line in is where you put your guitar, line out is the amp lead.

.. or other way round. but yes..


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#4
Quote by AtticusNathy
Ive only ever sen line in and out on a pedal, as i remebr.

Anyway, line in is where you put your guitar, line out is the amp lead.

.. or other way round. but yes..


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so you cant have pedals connected to your guitar then to the line out?
Fender Jaguar 1994
Gibson Thunderbird

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Zvex Fuzz Factory
EHX Big Muff
Zvex Box of Rock
Joyo Tremolo
Digitech Whammy
EHX Cathedral
Boss DD3
Boss TU3
#5
Amp: Line in is where you plug your guitar, line out is for recording or speakers/headphones.

if you have a effects pedal, it has a line in and out, you go from your guitar to the pedal's line in, and from the pedal's line out to your amp's line in.
#6
i have line in and out on my amp
so i can plug in two guitars`?
MY GEAR
Gibson:SG special faded
Behringer:???
Behringer:V-tone GM108
Laney:TF400
Drums:Trax
Dunlop:Crybaby
#7
Quote by per-rock
i have line in and out on my amp
so i can plug in two guitars`?



no, line out gives you a output dignal which can be used to plug in headphones instead of using your amp's speaker, or connect to your computer's line in to record.


Every signal goes from out to in.

Guitar (out) > Amp (in)
Amp (out) > Headphones (in)
#8
Quote by Bingt
no, line out gives you a output dignal which can be used to plug in headphones instead of using your amp's speaker, or connect to your computer's line in to record.


Every signal goes from out to in.

Guitar (out) > Amp (in)
Amp (out) > Headphones (in)

what do u mEAN?

on the front on the amp i have a instrument thing
nd the outside it says line in
and line out

*edit* not a line in but i find another thing
EFFECT LOOP A and B what does that stands for?

*edit*it stands send and return on th effects loop to
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#9
Quote by per-rock
i have line in and out on my amp
so i can plug in two guitars`?

NO! "line in" is usually meant as a cd/tape in, "line out" is a link to a mixer, pc, audio card, recorder, maybe earphones...
#10
which amp are we talking about, the Behringer?

anyways, line OUT gives a signal, and line IN takes a signal.

your guitar gives a signal, so guitar goes to line IN.

line OUT, gives a signal to headphones, for example
#11
Line out/in is the same as FX send/return yet others call it insert using a stereo jack. For some reason companies use different ways to mean the same thing. I have a bass amp that says line in/out and my tube amp says FX send/return but same thing. line out is send, line in is return. It will say direct out if its for recording, and cd in is so what music you add doesnt go thru the preamp.