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...Would you be able to plug in a mic into an amp and put effescts on it? I'm not sure if it would work because i read somewhere that amps converts the magnetic waves from the pickups into noise or something like that. but if it did work then you could add effects and stuff like that which would be cool...
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Yeah. I put a mic through my micro cube, and the effects worked on it. Reverb, delay, etc.
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yeah it's possible. probably won't sound that great unless it's a keyboard/bass amp or a PA.

and it's not the amp that converts the magnetic waves, it's the pickups that do so.
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#5
it works. thats what my singer does until he can afford a pa system. it sound kind of crappy, though
#6
of course it will work. but be careful, you might get some feedback dpending on what effect you're using.
#7
mic line signals are a lot higher in amplitude than guitar signals, so a mic will distort the amp much sooner, especially on digital amps, sounding harsh and broken. but cedric bixler has his own pedal baord for his voice. best to run through pedals and into a PA
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^tmv fan, schweet.
it will work, good chance that it will sound awful.
and pickups are just microphones anyway, so yeah.
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wow, visiting the same threads are we jermie? TMV rocks all socks to china. the long way.
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Yeah. I put a mic through my micro cube, and the effects worked on it. Reverb, delay, etc.


Reverb and delay on vocals!?
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ive always wanted to run a mic through a distortion pedal
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I use my Vox sometimes for vocals, but you have to set the EQ and volume just right or it gets major feedback. I would suggest a keyboard or bass amp for doing something like that though.

Have also run a mic through my zoom into a bass amp to get distortion on the vocals, it sounds very demonic haha.
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i know the guy was being sarcastic, but just in case anyone doesnt realize, reverb and delay are almost ALWAYS on vocal tracks. voice sounds cool through a big muff. like a megaphone. i used it on my mars volta cover of televators. along with some tremolo and echo.
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