#1
I've heard of people doing this. They will take several amp models and string them together so say for example the guitar will go through a fender amp then a vox then come out a marshall.
Is this fact or fiction?
Anyone know how this is done?
#2
you could A/B/C 3 amps at once
IDK about anything else though
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#3
You're either talking about running amps in stereo or re-amping (aka amp slaving). Running amps in stereo is done with an A/B/Y box, and reamping can be done with an attenuator or a device to bring an amp to line level.
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#4
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You're either talking about running amps in stereo or re-amping (aka amp slaving). Running amps in stereo is done with an A/B/Y box, and reamping can be done with an attenuator or a device to bring an amp to line level.



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#5
I do this kinda. I run a Marshall into a Hartke bass amp because the power amp in the Marshall is blown, and it's a valvestate, so it sounds pretty **** on its own, with the bass amp it can sound pretty tubey sometimes.
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#6
I don't know if you can run it 3 ways but its called 'slaving'. It allows you to run a preamp through the power amp of a different amplifier. I am not sure how its done as i have never really looked into it but I think its something the do with the return effects loop.
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