#1
Due to a series of events I'm now in position of 2 10 watt amps and an amp that is around 10 or 20 watts and because I have no other amps I have a **** time keeping up with my band. Then the other day at band practice I plugged a Dynamic mic into my 10-20 watt guitar amp and put the microphone to one of my 10 watts with my guitar plugged in and it was alot louder of course. I just need to know is this ok to do,will it wreck my amps or anything?
#2
Preferably don't use another amp but use a PA intead. You have a singer, right?
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#3
Don't do it with a microphone, use a splitter cable to connect your guitar to both amps at the same time.
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#4
Quote by FischmungaXTR
Don't do it with a microphone, use a splitter cable to connect your guitar to both amps at the same time.

I cant find any,do you know any online places i can get it?

EDIT: Would it work if I used a splitter and an adapter?
Last edited by cazador at Jul 29, 2009,
#5
So will plugging the mic into my guitar amp to mic another guitar amp affect my amps?
#6
probably not, but it's not ideal. Use a PA if you can
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#7
Quote by Juadafi
probably not, but it's not ideal. Use a PA if you can

O ya,i know a pa would me more ideal but as long as it doesent damage my amps im gonna have to use that method
#8
I ran mics into a fender at one of my gigs cause the PA crapped out on us and it worked fine, so I don't see why it shouldn't.
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#9
Quote by Juadafi
I ran mics into a fender at one of my gigs cause the PA crapped out on us and it worked fine, so I don't see why it shouldn't.

Ya I just dont know it micing an amp with another amp will damage it in the long run