#1
i have 2 guitar amps a roland micro cube and a normal amp (dont know the name sorry). im thinking about using the microcubes effects. but i dont like the tone of the microcube. what im hoping to do is run a line from guitar to the microcube then put effects on that then run a guitar cable from the line out in the microcube to the normal guitar amp which has a normal guitar input. if you have questions do ask
#3
have fun.
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#5
I think it should work.
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#7
it should, it would be like running an amp into a P.A, so it should.
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No.


Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#8
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it should, it would be like running an amp into a P.A, so it should.

even if it does, its pointless. i will most likely sound like aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaass
#10
It'll work,but won't be worth it.I've done line out straight into another amp hundreds of times,it's all good.
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Everyone just jumps on the bandwagon and gives the same advice in these situations. You know what? I'm going to be different. Call the firemen.
#12
Putting FX in front of the overdrive tones of your other amp us backwards from all recommended setups. However the best way to learn anything is to try it yourself. I like the tone of my MicroCube, but you have to take into account it's just a tiny practice amp. I'm impressed with the way it sounds.
#13
The thing I don't like about my old MicroCube is the way it seems to cut away a lot of the bass from the guitar signal. I tried doing some direct recording with it, but it was noticeably thinner than anything else.