#1
Im thinking of starting to play with other guitarist soon as my next step up with playing guitar and im wondering since my amp only has 1 input phone jack how would i add another, would it be just solder a second one on to the original one cables or is it something more complicated?

thanks

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#2
do not play in the same amp! you will not hear if its you or your friend who is playing!
#4
phone jack? like... headphone? telephone? xylophone?

maybe im confused but nothing on my amp ends in phone that i can think of at the moment.
#5
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Im thinking of starting to play with other guitarist soon as my next step up with playing guitar and im wondering since my amp only has 1 input phone jack how would i add another, would it be just solder a second one on to the original one cables or is it something more complicated?

thanks

That's not going to work - tell him to bring his own amp.
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#6
ive played two guitars through one amp once without much problems, i made a splitter for my guitar cable so i could plug two into it. it buzzed a little but besides that played fairly cleanly.
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#7
I have an amp that comes with double inputs, it sounds fine.

I wouldn't be sure how to make one, but these guys have no doubt never played with just one amp.
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#9
Some A/B switches have the feature that lets you do 2 guitars into 1 output...i don't see why this wouldn't work in this situation.
#10
It sounds terrible if you both use the same amp. Get another amp.
#11
I used too take guitar lessons teacher and me on one amp and it dint sound bad O_o

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Amp : 76 fender champ
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#12
Just get another amp man...even a wal-mart amp would be fine for practice.
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