#1
Ok, so here's the deal. My friend is giving me his 20W amp as payment for fixing his guitar wiring. I was wondering if it'd be possible to wire that amp, and my 10W practice amp together, and build some sort of casing for it, to have a frankenstein 30W amp?


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#2
You could take the innards of a signal splitting pedal (like an A/B switch) and somehow rig it to both of the amps, and put both amps/speakers in one cabinet. I have no clue what to do for the EQ though...
#3
Hmm, that sounds like a good idea, I suppose..
Problem is, I don't have the pedal XD


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#4
You don't need one-head to Radioshack and get a 1/4 in. Y-cable.
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#6
If you're thinking you can combine two camps, especially solid state, you won't. If you want to split your chain, and run two amps at the same time, you can.
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If you're thinking you can combine two camps, especially solid state, you won't. If you want to split your chain, and run two amps at the same time, you can.


Why wouldn't I be able to combine them?


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