#1
I have this peavey Amplifier, which is primarily used for PA systems. It has two input jacks located in the back. I also have a marshall, 10 watt amp. is there any way I can make it work as an amp for my guitar?
#2
I am confused here. You want the Peavey to work with your guitar, or the Marshall?
#3
Quote by GymboJones
I am confused here. You want the Peavey to work with your guitar, or the Marshall?



I have both. I want to be able to hook up my marshall to my guitar and the bigger amp, like a cabinet
#4
I'm guessing the Peavey is a head then, and the Marshall a combo. If thats the case you can't do that.
#5
If the Peavey is a PA amp then you'll need a microphone, speakers and possibly a mixing desk too.

I doubt it'd make the MG sound any better.
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#6
Are you saying you have an amplifier, or some PA speakers?
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