#1
sorry guys if this has been asked before but i really had a question. my band has a show coming up and we're doing it as just a two piece (guitar and drums) and my guitarist wanted to connect both of our amps together (obviously for more volume) is this possible? (sorry if this is a stupid question)
#3
Use an A/B/Y switch and you can
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#4
If you are talking about putting the speaker out from one amp into the input jack of the other amp, then NO.
You will ruin BOTH amps.
#5
Quote by CodeMonk
If you are talking about putting the speaker out from one amp into the input jack of the other amp, then NO.
You will ruin BOTH amps.


It'd be pretty funny though.
#8
I stick a mike in front of my Marshall stack even though the drums are being cranked up through the PA to keep up with me. You have to give the sound guy the ability to adjust the mix. Not miking your amp is just rude.
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Last edited by Cathbard at May 16, 2013,