#1
My girlfriends Dad has just given me a full PA system all in perfect working order. I've got three mics one being wireless.

So what's the best way of getting your gutiar sounds through a PA? I know you can plug your gutiar straight into it but I want my amp sound through it. How do I do that? Mic the amp and somehow not get feedback or can you simply plug my amp into the PA?

Also is there any chance that I can blow something up?! A friend blow his stack up recently from fiddling too much and not knowing what he was doing.
#2
place a mic before the amp and you are done..best sound that way
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#5
Just put the microphones far away from the speakers, and possibly also behind the speakers (pointing away).
#6
So no putting the mic in my mouth. Damn it!!

Cheers guys I'll have a good fiddle later.

Then I'll try out the PA!
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