#1
Ok so I plan to buy a Bugera 6262 sometime soon and was told an attenuator would lower the volume a bit. I have no clue about them though so I need some help if you don't mind. Now, Can you just run them via guitar< attenuator< amp? Or do you have to solder the wires into the actual amp? Also, what would be your recommendation for a good attenuator? Cheapest possible please. Any help? Thanks.



And would either of these be good or do what i want them too? I have no clue about this stuff....
http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/ADesigns-ATTY-Volume-Attenuator?sku=189900
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/ElectroHarmonix-Nano-Signal-Pad-Attenuator-Guitar-Effects-Pedal?sku=501647
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#2
No. It sits between the amp and the speaker.
You connect the speaker output on the amp to the input on the attenuator, then you plug the cab into the output on the attenuator.

Check out the Weber Mass for your amp. Weber's are great.
http://www.tedweber.com/atten.htm
#3
Quote by 667
No. It sits between the amp and the speaker.
You connect the speaker output on the amp to the input on the attenuator, then you plug the cab into the output on the attenuator.

Sorry, don't quite understand what you mean.... And I'm getting a combo....
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#4
Quote by JayT44
Sorry, don't quite understand what you mean.... And I'm getting a combo....



It's not like an effect. It doesn't go in your signal chain. You have to plug the speaker and the amp head into the attenuator (it sits in-between them) . In a combo, the head is connected to the speakers, so you have to finagle it.

What I do with my 5150 combo is I opened the back, unplugged the speakers (they plug into their own jack on the inside via 1/4" regular connector). I run the internal speaker cable to the amps external cab jack. When I use the attenuator, I unplug the internal speakers from the external jack and plug them into the attenuator. Then i plug the attenuator into the external speaker jack.

Go to Webers site. They have a faq section that explains everything.
#5
Quote by JayT44
Sorry, don't quite understand what you mean.... And I'm getting a combo....

If you don't understand the process then you probably have no business using one.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.