#1
is line out the output hole on my amp? if not, what is it? because there is no hole on my amp that says output
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#2
Yes. With an undertone of what the **** sarcasm in there.
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#3
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is line out the output hole on my amp? if not, what is it? because there is no hole on my amp that says output



Uhh.

It should say Input or Line In something like that. That plug is where your cable for your guitar goes into.
#4
so line out is output ?
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#5
ha yeah. input is where your guitar plugs into...

i believe the line out is for driving extra speakers.
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#6
Quote by kazra90
so line out is output ?


Well, I'd assume so then.

What specifically are you trying to do? Something like connect a cab to a head? That type of output?
#7
thats the thing though. how would i plug a mic into he amp and plug in my guitar at the same time. so that ill be able to record directly from the amp?
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Quote by dubstar92
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#8
The output would be the sound you make. However, larger amps tend to have either a line out, aux out or ext cab jack socket for adding extra speakers.
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#9
You'd need two inputs or perhaps a pedal that could for you. And even if you have two inputs I don't think they both are active at the same time, but I could be wrong.
#10
is emulated line out the same as regular line out?
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Quote by dubstar92
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#11
Quote by kazra90
thats the thing though. how would i plug a mic into he amp and plug in my guitar at the same time. so that ill be able to record directly from the amp?

whoa whoa slow down there. a microphone only captures sound, it doesn't record it.

you need to have the mic plugged into a mixer/recorder and place the mic in front of amp to capture and record sound.

also not entirely sure, but the line out on the amp could be used to record direct into a line-in on a mixer/recorder.
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#12
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is emulated line out the same as regular line out?


I really don't know but I don't think it would be the same...
#13
Emulated is a line out with speaker emulation to compensate for, well, the sound not coming out of the speaker. Taking a direct line out from an amp tends to just sound nasty.

The amps "output" is more commonly referred to as the "speaker"...
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#14
cant my computer record the sound? do i have to have a mixer? i dont wanna spend the money
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#15
If you have a soundcard with a line in and some recording software then yes, you can.
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#16
your computer can, but it's gonna sound like ass, sorry. if you want decent recordings, you're gonna have to shell out a bit of money.
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ha yeah. input is where your guitar plugs into...

i believe the line out is for driving extra speakers.


Nah the line out is for feeding a singal into a mixing desk for DI recording.
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#19
I just go from Mic > Soundcard, sounds satisfactory to me.

FYI, call them jacks not holes in the near future to save yourself some embarrassment.
#20
^ oh you so funny
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Nah the line out is for feeding a singal into a mixing desk for DI recording.

oh, thanks you
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^ oh you so funny

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You don't have to tell me you know.

Besides, it could open for a really lame cheesy sex joke and that would be the worst thing ever.
#22
haha, right right. i don't mind extremely cheesey jokes, sometimes they're totally acceptable.
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#23
Ah forgot to say, line out could also be used to go into a PA if you really wanted.
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Oh come on.

Where do horses stay in a hotel?

....the bridle suite.

You see, it's like saying Bridal but horses wear bridles.



To be on topic, I once plugged my old amp's line out into another amp's input and went all br00tal double amp maestro on my drummer.

I'm not entirely sure it was safe.
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#29
Quote by UnsignedRecords
ha yeah. input is where your guitar plugs into...

i believe the line out is for driving extra speakers.


Line out's are for the mixer board.
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#31
How about:

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#33
oh jeeze...

yeah thanks rein i got it the first time around hahah
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