#1
So when i was looking for amps awhile back i heard a good tube combo is always better than a loud SS halfstack. Well i was wondering, if i mic up my amp to a P.A system, will i get a ton of feedback and stuff? and if so, is there any way to avoid that? Or will i even have to mic up with my 100 watt tube combo for most gigs?
my gear:
Jackson DKMG(the one with EMG 81/85's)
b-52 AT 212 100 watt amp
old gear i'll probably sell eventually:
yamaha beginners guitar
gunmetal grey Fender squire strat
Fender 65R amp
#2
You shouldn't have to but most sound engineers would prefer that and do it for you.

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#3
but does the mic give the amp feedback?
my gear:
Jackson DKMG(the one with EMG 81/85's)
b-52 AT 212 100 watt amp
old gear i'll probably sell eventually:
yamaha beginners guitar
gunmetal grey Fender squire strat
Fender 65R amp
#5
just about any amp will end up getting mic'd due to the fact that a PA has better sound dispersion. it shouldn't feedback so much anyway since you probably won't need to put your amp past 5.
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