#2
Why do you need two inputs? You could get an A/B switchbox, use it to switch between two different guitars. You could also spend about the same (maybe $30) and get a cheapo Behringer mixer with two 1/4" inputs and run the output into your amp.
#3
(a) what do you want two inputs for? So you and a friend can jam through the one amp? or so you can mix the inputs like on old marshall heads?

(b) why line 6?

(c) budget?
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#4
yea why do you NEED a 2 input? Marshall JCM800s have two inputs which are really 2 channels. Marshall Plexis have 4 inputs, which are 2 inputs for each channel. Some Fenders have a low gain and high gain input. etc...

Dam last night i dreamt i had a JCM800 full stack sitting right in front of my bed and i was so happy! Then i woke up
#6
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for jamin with my friend


way to answer one of my three questions. Now try the other two.

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#7
get your friend to buy his own amp: for one practice the other guitarist in my band played with me through my Line6 Flextone II (used a small mixer to run two inputs) because he had loaned his gear to someone for a week. Sounded like crap, becuase both of us had very similar tone: we were using the same distortion.

You can litereally spend $35 on a brand new Behringer board tha twill let you run two guitars and a mic through an amp. You could spend $35 on a used practice amp. I got a used power amp for free that has multiple inputs (not a guitar amp, but it works if I put a distortion pedal in front of it )

and yeah, why line6??
#8
So your going to buy another head so your freind can play with you? Tell him to buy his own amp