#1
Ok so we practice at my bassists house and we need something for the singer to sing through. I was told that mics and guitar amps work at different impedences ( ).

So yeah, what should we run it through? And if we need a special amp or something could you maybe recommend something, preferably cheap as we're skint.

Thanks.
#2
PA system is what you are looking for.

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#3
A PA is ideal, but a bass or keyboard amp could work for now. Do not plug into a guitar amp.
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#4
If you can't afford a PA system get a keyboard amp.
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#5
Some acoustic amps have XLR inputs, which is what your looking for. A PA would be best, tho.
#6
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Some acoustic amps have XLR inputs, which is what your looking for. A PA would be best, tho.


How cheap could I get a PA system for?

And why bass amp but not guitar?
#7
Also is there anything in particular I should look out for/avoid?

ie Brands, certain levels of wattage etc?

Our singer only needs to be heard over me, a bassist and a drummer. But our drummer's pretty loud so we all have to crank up.
#9
^Preferably UK sites. Thanks.

I was looking at this: http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/67349

Cheapest on gak. Good? Bad? Any experience with Stagg PA's (the guitars are pretty cheap and...well ****.)?