#1
Years ago, I used to run this 15 watt Marshall head (it was from those micro stacks they made) through a 50 watt combo amp I used to have. I'd basically put the head in the same place of the chain you'd put a stomp box. It made a really cool tone, but the volume and feedback were way to temperamental. I was wondering if anyone else's tried doing the same thing.
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#2
You plugged it in where!?
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#3
IIRC, that was used occasionally in the earliest days of rock music to get some gross sounding distortion. Of course, they eventually found out that it blew amps up, so they stopped
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#4
Isn't this called re-amping? If so we have a few people here that do this. KevinSaale, Riffhog, and Bartdevil_metal I think all have re-amp rigs.
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#5
TT86: Re-amping is when an attenuator is used though.
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#6
i run three amps into one signal.
check my page. its called marshall-fender-peavey mixture 1 and 2.
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#7
you gotta have a good ear to fine tune it. it took me weeks to really smooth it all out!
#8
I do it with my Tube setup by putting my Yale in front and taking a line out to the power amp in on the Roost. I do it because the EQ! on the Roost is garbage and the one on the Yale is delicious. So I get great range and Fender cleans at manic levels (or would if anything over 2 on the master would leave the foundations in place.)
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#9
You've got to be very careful doing this, you'll end up wrecking the transformers (possibly the most expensive single part of an amp). With cheap SS practice combos you'll probably be alright, but don't try it with anything of value!
#10
Trust me, the amps I had at that time were nothing of value at all. Damn, I don't think I'd even heard of UG when I was doing that.
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TT86: Re-amping is when an attenuator is used though.

Oh, so then would you attenuate in between, to bring the signal back down to line level?
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Oh, so then would you attenuate in between, to bring the signal back down to line level?


Reamping is a recording technique, it's unrelated to running amps into one another.
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Now all you need is a dimebucker in your tele and your set.
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Oh you know it....but can I make it make gameboy sounds???or is it too much of a hi-fi amp that I should use it as such?
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