#1
First of all, sorry if this is in the wrong place.

I recently bought a guitar and a 10W amp, to practice at home. But, obviously, a 10W amp is no good for playing with a band/concerts. However, I have a 180W keyboard amp. I was wondering, is it possible to put a guitar through a keyboard amp directly? Or do I need a pre-amp or something?

Thanks in advance.

And yes, I have no idea about these things. Ha, I said it before you !
#2
you can put it into it, but it wont sound very good.
guitar amps have an eq curve to make it sound like a guitar, keyboard amps have a pretty flat eq curve because pianos have a lot larger range of notes.
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#3
But volume-wise would it be OK? If I got an equalizer pedal would that work?

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#4
volume wise it would be fine. eq pedal might help. just try and see if you can get something good out of it.
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#5
something like a line 6 pod would sound very very nice through it.
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#6
just grab like, a pocket pod or something like that (£50)

If you wanna get quality, buy a larger pod like the xt or something
#8
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something like a line 6 pod would sound very very nice through it.


Thats what I was thinking too. I've got a roland keyboard amp that I use with a DI box quite often. Great clean tone and the distortion tones of the pod are quite reasonable as well.
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