#1
Could you plug your guitar into an amp then via the headphone jack plug it into another amp??? I dont have two amps im just wondering
#2
no, you need a A/Bswitch (normally a pedal) or a pedal with wet and dry outputs such as a vox time machine or digitech whammy 4
Last edited by ibanezgod1973 at Oct 26, 2009,
#3
Quote by ibanezgod1973
no, you need a A/Bswitch (normally a pedal) or a pedal with wet and dry outputs such as a vox time machine or digitech whammy 4


i have no idea what that means
#5
If both your amps have 2 inputs to the same channel (Hi & Lo for example) you can plug your guitar into one amp and then run a cable from the remaining jack into the next amp.
This is called daisy chaining and was very common years ago when people used a wall of amps. If not a Y cable or passive splitter will feed both at the same time. Not sure about A/B Boxes, I was under the impression it was either A or B not both.
Moving on.....
#6
I don't see why you would do this.
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#7
Quote by Hereiwas
I don't see why you would do this.


im not going to, read the post i dont even have two amps
#9
For the heck of it, I ran a line from my Blue Voodoo's effects out into someone's Valvestate stack's line in.

'twas rather startling. Followed by fun.
#10
Professionally this is done by using amps with slave ins/outs. Mesa amps frequently feature this. See far left.