#1
someone told me for practices he uses a guitar amp in place of a vocal monitor by just plugging a mic into one.

have any of you done this? how well does it work?

also where culd i buy a mic with a guitar-style cable
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#3
It'll be fine, it just won't sound real good. I think when the Experience were starting out, Jimi's voice and guitar, pluss Noel's bass were plaugged into the same amp.
#4
it wont sound great but it works. ive done it before.
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#5
That's what I use. It sounds ok. Not top notch quality, but its ok for practices.
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#6
It works, good for practices. Get an XLR to 1/4 inch adapter.
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#7
the output from a mic and from a guitar is pretty similar, technically. Just buy and XLR to 1/4" Jack adaptor from whoever sells these things where you are and you're set.
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#8
My band used to do that, except we used a bass amp. Then I broke the mic stand. >_>

Now we just shout into the air. Which is more or less what our shows are like, because we rarely have monitors.