#1
Tried a couple searches, just a few dual guitar amp nub results..

If I got a single 1/4 to 2x1/4 jack, like this one:

http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/shop/flypage/product_id/2117

And I put one end into one amp input, and then the other into my B2.1u then to the other input, could I mix inputs and get a clean and dirty tone? The Peavey I use at practice has two inputs, which balance volume when both are used..

I got the idea when I was watching a video for the Line 6 HD 400; the grind setting is pretty close to what I want, and the website says it "injects a clean signal". So would doing this give me a similar effect? Also, would I end up with a slight delay in the signals? I know the B2.1u is fast, but could I end up like that?

Thanks, I'd appreciate anything; it's just £10 is a lot when you're as strapped for cash as I am :P
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#2
Guys? Any help?
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That would theoretically work.

What amp is it you're running? Are you sure it balances between both inputs when you plug into both at the same time?
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#4
The "Y" connector in your link is stereo. If the output jack on your bass is mono, you'll only get signal on one side of the "Y".
What you want is a mono, male to male "Y" connector.
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#5
Nutter_101, it's a Peavey TNT 100, I've got the PDF and it says that Input 1 is for Active and Input 2 is for Passive (gives a volume boost) and when both are used it balances them.

OtamotPuhctek, makes sense; so how about this:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/cordial_adapterkabel_klinkeklinke.htm

My mono jack from my bass into that. Would that come out both sides?

Or would this be better:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/cordial_adapterkabel_klinke_klinke_2.htm

Because the jack in is mono.
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so how about this:
http://www.thomann.de/gb/cordial_adapterkabel_klinkeklinke.htm
My mono jack from my bass into that. Would that come out both sides?
Or would this be better:
http://www.thomann.de/gb/cordial_adapterkabel_klinke_klinke_2.htm
Because the jack in is mono.


You need to be mono on all three 1/4" jacks. Mono out of your bass to two mono males into your rig.
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You need to be mono on all three 1/4" jacks. Mono out of your bass to two mono males into your rig.


The second one is. I'm gonna go for it, might just get another regular jack as well, mine crackles in certain positions, worried it might just cut out altogether.
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