#1
i just got a crazy idea to plug into two or more different amps at the same time. i dont know why.

is there a splitter of some sort that i can use?
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#2
A/B Box.
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#3
or a Y cable
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Quote by bizkitday4eva
or a Y cable



not really, your signal gets too weak and it doesn't sound good.

You need an A/B/Y box (the Y setting is the one to use)

a LOT of bands do this, sorry for bursting your bubble
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#7
Akai Headrush E2.
I saw a demo earlier today. You can plug in 5 amps, set the delay time to 0 and play all 5 at once.
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not really, your signal gets too weak and it doesn't sound good.

You need an A/B/Y box (the Y setting is the one to use)

a LOT of bands do this, sorry for bursting your bubble


Actually a a/b/y box is no better then a y splitter in most instances because most do not have a buffer to boost your signal.

TS: You need to look for something like below (Morley Tripler), it has a built in buffer and the ability to turn each amp on or off in any combo. Also there are alot of other pedals on the market that have ton more options but are also alot more pricey.



I use it to control my Ampeg and 6505+
#9
you can use a bad monkey to plug into to 2 amps. go from guitar to amp output on the bm then plug from the mixer output to the other amp. if you have one
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Quote by BlackDog55
you can use a bad monkey to plug into to 2 amps. go from guitar to amp output on the bm then plug from the mixer output to the other amp. if you have one


Only issue with that is the mixer output has a cabinet emulation circuit so it will color your sound a bit.
#11
A cheap sound desk is what i use. Theres one on Gear 4 music thtl do the job and i think im right in saying that it is £30. These will make it sound so much better than a Y cable and they also clear up any distortion in the sound.

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#12
There's this really awesome box you should look into...

Its called a "searchbar".

This thread has been done a million times before.
#13
Quote by i_am_metalhead
There's this really awesome box you should look into...

Its called a "searchbar".

This thread has been done a million times before.


Yes, it has but nothing wrong with helping him.

TS, what you're looking for as others have suggested is something along the lines of an A/B/Y box.
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Quote by i_am_metalhead
There's this really awesome box you should look into...
Its called a "searchbar".
This thread has been done a million times before.


I don't think so - I can't remember many, if any threads asking about playing multiple amps AT ONCE - asking about switching between multiple amps, yes, but not playing both at the same time.

The Morely tripler seems to be what you're looking for however TS
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Quote by bizkitday4eva
or a Y cable

Or just a whole mess of Y cables...
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