#1
I was just wondering, would this work if used to play two guitars through a clean amp, would probably sound terrible with distortion, if so will it sound ok? Will one drown out the other?



The reason why I have pots are because I need something to ground the jacks to, or can I just say ground them to the side of the aluminum casing maybe?
Agile AL3000
Douglas WRL90
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J&D Strat
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Sammick TR2
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Peavey JSX
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#2
that's like a passive mixer right?.. it would work, definitely.. but you would hear a volume drop since two signals would share the input.. it could be corrected by turning the amps volume up, to your liking..
Gear:

PRS SE Standard
Ibanez AEG8E-NT w/ Seymour Duncan Woody SC
Yupangco Classical Guitar
Korg AX5G
Marshall MG50DFX
Vox Pathfinder 15R
#3
Quote by deltacross
that's like a passive mixer right?.. it would work, definitely.. but you would hear a volume drop since two signals would share the input.. it could be corrected by turning the amps volume up, to your liking..


Yes its a passive mixer.
Agile AL3000
Douglas WRL90
SX SR1 STD Plus
J&D Strat
Squier Tele
Sammick TR2
Douglas Draco
Peavey JSX
Bugera V5
TWANGED VJ
#4
Quote by JoePerry4life
Yes its a passive mixer.


i got the same schematic from beavis audio.. however, there are much more inputs and one output.. they also made use of a resistor there..

http://www.beavisaudio.com/techpages/Pots/

this is a very friendly DIY site..
Gear:

PRS SE Standard
Ibanez AEG8E-NT w/ Seymour Duncan Woody SC
Yupangco Classical Guitar
Korg AX5G
Marshall MG50DFX
Vox Pathfinder 15R
#5
^^ Thanks man.
Agile AL3000
Douglas WRL90
SX SR1 STD Plus
J&D Strat
Squier Tele
Sammick TR2
Douglas Draco
Peavey JSX
Bugera V5
TWANGED VJ
#6
In my experience, if you mess with the volume or tone knob of either guitar, it will affect the other guitar. I was never happy with this type of setup. Even with if you don't tweak the pots, the sound quality is degraded.
#7
It works ok but a little annoying.

It might much better if you had active pickups (on both)/small preamp before combining..

Im sure theres a small cheap easy mixing circuit somewhere, similar to the headphone amps..
#8
it'll work, but like someone said.. the volume of guitar 'a' is dependent on the volume/tone settings on guitar 'b'.. so a simple 2-channel active mixer would be best.

although this would work as a temporary thing, if you just want to jam with a buddy or something..