#1
I recently bought a Marshall MG100FX 2x12 combo amp as an upgrade from my previous amp. I do very small gigs where we use a PA. As I am looking, i see no current spot where I could possibly plug it in to a PA mixer except for the loudspeaker output where the bottom part of the amp is currently plugged in to. Does this mean I will have to sacrifice the sound from the amp to plug this thing into a PA or is there some way I can make it work so that I still have sound coming out of the actual amp while plugged into a PA?
Last edited by AlexBarba at Nov 9, 2009,
#2
Well...i see another problem with your purchase.

To answer your question, you use a mic.

On a similar note, return the amp now.
#3
Quote by Chaosinborn
Well...i see another problem with your purchase.

To answer your question, you use a mic.

On a similar note, return the amp now.


After reading the first sentence of the first post, I was thinking the same thing
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On a similar note, return the amp NOW!!!!!!!!!.


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After reading the first sentence of the first post, I was thinking the same thing


so did everyone else.
#7
Congratulations, TS, you recently bought an overpriced, oversized piec... *ahem* practice amp.

For what you payed for the MG you could have gotten a much better amp.


As for your question. You really don't need to run it through the PA. Its plenty loud by itself and will be heard over drums/bass/other guitar(s)/vocals.
#8
Quote by i_am_metalhead
Congratulations, TS, you recently bought an overpriced, oversized piec... *ahem* practice amp.

For what you payed for the MG you could have gotten a much better amp.


+1



Is there any chance you can do a return or an exchange?
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#9
+1 to everyone saying return the amp. If it's only a small gig I can't see you needing to use a PA for your amp. It should be loud enough by itself.

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