#1
What Kind of Amp would you use for vocals? Accoustic? Regular Guitar? Anyone Know Good Settings For An Amp used for vocals?
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#2
some keyboard amps have XLR sockets for vocals. What are looking for?
Current playing with:
Cort x-6 -->Laney HCM65R


On Zakk Wylde's guitar.
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#3
Like what are you supposed to use or is there no real "Supposed" you just get a guitar amp and make sure its loud?
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If you want to turn them into humbuckers, I recommend magic.

Although, I don't advise it.
#4
My frontman runs his electro-acoustic and vocals through the same amp (it's designed for that, it has a specific mic input and EQ). Normally when gigging etc., it's best to run vocals straight through the PA.
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#5
Yeah, But the P.A At the gigs we always is really really really shit. so we said we should cut the shit and get a propper Vocals AMP, any ideas?
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If you want to turn them into humbuckers, I recommend magic.

Although, I don't advise it.
#7
Too expensive, just an amp will do tbh
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If you want to turn them into humbuckers, I recommend magic.

Although, I don't advise it.
#9
Our band used to just fiddle about using various guitar amps for vocals and its just crap to be honist, far too quiet and often dosen't sound right.

In the end our singer just got a PA system and it was so much better, also having a PA system has proved very useful for other things.

By the way if anything is the 'proper' amplifying system for vocals its a PA.
#10
well, you could buy a amp designed for vocals but i have read here that you could use a fender twin reverb as a vocal-amp and it will sound great.