#1
hi,
how do you do this ?
i have bought a mono to phono adapter and a lead so i put the phono end in the MP3 player /Computer but where does the mono end go? in the controll in on the pedal or in the Line/Phone on the amp?
thanks
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#2
um... don't know what you have there but all i have is a converter which converts the end of the guitar lead into a headphone male jack kinda thing which i put into the computer/mp3 and it plays out of the amp
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#4
I think its possible, but it will sound complete ****ty..;

Headphone out to line in amp?
Just a cable with a larger jack on the amp input
#5
I've put my PSP into my Cobra's effects loop and it sounded really well (you can tweak the Presence and Deep, they are for the power amp).
^ seconded.

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#6
You didnt say what kinda amp you have so kinda hard to tell you where to plug it in. Many now come with a plug specialy for this purpose. Mine has the standard 1/4 socket and says CD in and mine that I know of doesnt require a mono jack Im just using a standard head phone adapter. My friends amp has 2 RCA jacks.
#7
Well after some quick research your Peavey has a simple 1/4" stereo input. You'll need a "3.5mm stereo jack to 3.5mm stereo jack" lead (the kind you'd connect your iPod to your car stereo with) and one of those 3.5mm to 1/4" adaptors, the ones you get with most headphones. Your Vox, by the looks of it, doesn't have an option. I play backing tracks though a little 15w "Kustom" amp and play guitar through my Orange, it works fine for practicing. You could do the same with your Peavey and your Vox.
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#8
Quote by JimPlaysGuitar
Which amp is it?


Vox Ad15VT


thanks alot for the help all of your i appreciate it.
instead of running 2 amps (not really enough room)
could the back of my Zoom 505II " controll in" be used ?
thankyouuu
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