#1
Right, I'd like to run a two-amp set up, for blending different sounds and using different effects chains. How would I go about playing through both amps at the same time? As of yet I have no idea about which amp I'd like to use, I'm looking at two Laney VC15s or two Vox AC15s. How would I avoid phasing issues?
Thanks in advance.
#2
Get a pedal board with a built-in power supply that features Stereo Output.

Then you can hook "left" amp and "right" amp to it.
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#3
Get an A/B/Y box.
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#5
^ that works, but it's mad expensive. Look for a Morley ABY box.
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P-Bass - Mustang Bass
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#6
ABY would do it. But why get two of the same amp? At that price you could get 2 seperate amps, one with gorgeous cleans, and one with awesome overdrive. If you really want the AC15's or something you could, but I suggest like a twin reverb and jcm used.
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