#1
I'm a noob. Im sure you all will PwN mE DogZ but what is a preamp module and how does it even connect to your amp or interphase if it even does at all. Sorry if this is way to easy for you PrO's!
#2
1) please no "dawg" or leet speak, its hard to read.

2) a preamp brings up a microphone (or any sound sources) volume up to a useable level.

3) interfaces usually have one in them already, if not then you just connect the output to the line in.
#3
I know what a preamp does but a preamp module is something way diffrent theres no input which confused me. Plus Im talking about for Guitars.
#6
Yeah, you need a randall mts amp for that, its a replaceable preamp stage. i'm sure you could wire it in to other things but thats pretty complicated circuitry.

If you want that, you need a randall mts.
#8
ya i have the randall rm100 mts, its a great amp with a ton of great modules to choose from. also you can bias the power tubes yourself from outside the amp with just a screwdriver and a voltmeter. If you wanna know more visit the forums at www.randallamplifiers.com there are a bunch of great guys there that really know what they're talking about.

jeff
Last edited by dj12488 at Feb 3, 2009,