#1
Hello everybody!!!

I have a orange tiny terror and a fender bassman combo that i would like to use both at the same time. Is it okay if i use a speaker out on the tiny terror head to plug into the input of my fender bassman? I don't want to use a splitter cable or a a/b switch. I'd like to get the tiny terror sound with the bassmans volume and 4x10s.... How can I guys???
#2
That is NOT a good idea. If youre talking about what I think you're talking about you may blow something up.
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#3
Sell everything and buy a real Orange. ie a big one.
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#5
You will mess up the Fender very quickly.

It's not safe to even think about.

The only way amps can be run in such a way is if you did some fx loop shenanigans. And neither of these amps have a loop.

The only way you can "get the tiny terror sound and use the bassman volume" is to throw a mic in front of the Tiny Terror and plug the mic straight into the Bassman. I wouldn't recommend this in any way.
Last edited by cheesefries at Apr 11, 2014,
#6
Thanks for the help guys!!! I know I need a ad30 or even a or120 =) I guess i will have to run a aby or get some other type of device to split the signal properly... but what?
#7
Quote by mike992065
Is it okay if i use a speaker out on the tiny terror head to plug into the input of my fender bassman?


no, don't do that. it breaks things

Quote by mike992065
I don't want to use a splitter cable or a a/b switch. I'd like to get the tiny terror sound with the bassmans volume and 4x10s.... How can I guys???


it doesn't work that way. if you have a bassman combo and a TT head and you want to play both at the same time then you will need to do something or buy something.

personally, i'd just buy a 1x12 cab for the TT and 'jump' the input of the bassman over to the TT.

Quote by mike992065
I guess i will have to run a aby or get some other type of device to split the signal properly... but what?


there is a million solutions to your problem. alright, maybe really about a dozen solutions.

the solution that is the closest to you original intent would be to get a radial switcher (the headbone). it is a pedal that safely allows you to share a cab between two heads (one or the other, doesn't allow both at the same time)

http://www.tonebone.com/headbone.php

if you want to use both at the same time, then you'll need stereo cabinet capabilities or another cabinet.
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#8
I do have a 1x12. Do I just jump input to input and plug the guitar into the bassman? Thanks for your information... and links! First time I have had 2 amps to try this type of stuff haha
#9
That will run both at the same time. If you want to switch between the two you will need an ABY box.
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Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


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