#2
What would be the point?
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#3
I kinda have a similar setup to that with my singers mic, except we taped two mics together and plugged them into different amps.....no wait its not that similar....nevermind....
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#4
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What would be the point?


to be louder?
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#5
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to be louder?

I don't think that would do much along the lines of being louder. The only thing I can think of is if you wanted to take two different sounds of two amps and put them together.
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#6
i have no idea why, but i giggled imensly at that picture.. and it has made me want to try it out myself
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#7
This makes having two guitarists in a band completely unnecessary. A true revolution for music.
#8
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This makes having two guitarists in a band completely unnecessary. A true revolution for music.


And they said it couldn't be done.

It makes the sound fuller because i can tune the amps alike or opposite and since they are so close, there is no sound differeation(?) between them, you cant tell whats coming from what. When they have similar volumes, it sounds great. I can use one to accentuate the highs and the other to pound out the lows.

Obviously i need an extension cord attached to one of the male ends so i can stack the amps and make them look cooler, but for now it does the job.

And yes, it can get louder.
#10
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I have a similar bi-amp set-up, only the two inputs are from my pedal.
I use it for a stereo sound, and lightly overdrive one of the amps.

I'm working on making my Ibanez stereo at the moment, with two outputs.


Whoop de ****in do!
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So you have two outputs on your pedal and you use a cable to each amp, totalling in 2 cables plus the one from the guitar to the pedal input?
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#11
It could be done similar to Chris Wolstenholme's set up for his fuzz sound, I THINK he sets up his basses so that the signal is split between two amplifiers, one is set on clean and then he routs a fuzz pedal through the other, giving that oh so famous "Hysteria" "Time Is Running Out" and other fuzzed out tones.

Though he uses a guitar fuzz pedal does he not?
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#12
Wont this half your signal to each amp.
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#13
I've got no clue. It may. But we never know.
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#14
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Wont this half your signal to each amp.

With a simple Y Splitter like this, yes. But if it's a decent a/b thing then it wouldn't
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#15
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With a simple Y Splitter like this, yes. But if it's a decent a/b thing then it wouldn't


So if i used a pedal with two outputs it doesnt half your signal, but if i use this y splitter it does?
#16
wow. so "out of the box".

sorry but my friends been doing it for years. he uses like 3 or 4 different fender amps.

heres a pic:

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#17
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Though he uses a guitar fuzz pedal does he not?


i think he uses a russian made big muff so yes he uses a guitar pedal
#19
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my old guitarist use to do this with 3 amps!


This is off topic but how do you like your fender rumble 100? Worth the money?