#2
Yes, if it's 1/4" input.

I found that guitar -> pre-amp (Line6 Pod or equivilent) -> Karaoke 1/4" input works nice when you get the right input balance.

Long term use of a stereo as an amp will probably damage the speaker cones. It's an okay temporary solution when you don't have an amp and you're desperate.
Last edited by Ki' at Nov 2, 2007,
#3
yeah, just no distortion...but...dude...it sounds pretty pwnin
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#4
thats what i did when i first started playing as i didnt have an amp, as soon as i got my first little amp (****ey wee soundking, i didnt know a thing about amps or guitars at that point) i realised that kareoke machines r pants
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#5
Yeah I did it at my friends house. It works fine.
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#6
i did it for about 3 months, sounded like **** so bad but it worked
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