#1
So this may be a dumb question but I read somewhere that you can use an aby pedal on any two channel amp but that seemed kinda fishy to me. So i have an aby pedal and im wondering if I can use it on my old style 2 channel dual rectifier so I can run both a clean and distorted sound at the same time
#2
some amps can bridge their inputs, but thats on older fenders and marshalls most i have seen.

i am pretty sure that wouldn't sound well either. why would you want to hear your guitar clean and distorted at the same time?
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some amps can bridge their inputs, but thats on older fenders and marshalls most i have seen.

i am pretty sure that wouldn't sound well either. why would you want to hear your guitar clean and distorted at the same time?



ever heard of Japandroids? Thats why.
#5
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the amp needs separate inputs for each channel to do that.



ya i kinda just realised that. I think it only has the one for a seperate switcher