#1
Is it possible to connect more then One Full Stack to a Guitar

Some players i see have 4-6 full stacks on stage some with 6 have said 3 are used for there Dirty sound and the other 3 are for clean

How do you connect more then 1 full stack to a guitar?
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#2
I don't think it's "connecting more than one to a guitar" as much as it is "connecting full stacks to each other". I may be wrong, but I think all it is is connecting the guitar to a thing that connects all the stacks. Once again, I don't know for sure but it's what I assume.
Also, I've heard that a lot of bands will have a bunch of stacks on stage just for looks, and only use like two. Kinda funny.
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#3
There are several ways to do it.
You can get a signal splitter, which does just what its name implies so you can plug into multiple amps.
You can also daisy chain certain kinds of amps (marshall, mostly) by running a cable from one input to another.
#4
Yeah, you'd probably use splitter boxes and stuff.
I know Yngwie Malmsteen and Zakk Wylde really only have 2 or 3 of their cabs on, and the rest are just for looks. To me, you would never need to have more than a full stack (I'd rather just have a 30watt or 50watt combo)