#1
Sorry if this is a noobie question:

I have a Marshall 1960 cab and a Mesa Dual Rectifier. Have been playing electric fo r a afew years and just bought an Acoustic guitar. I have a condenser mic and a mixing board. Can I mic the acoustic guitar, go into the mixing board then directly to my 1960 cab or am I missing a piece to the puzzle? DONT TELL ME TO BUY ANYTHING, I just want to know if I can get away with mic'ing the acoustic guitar with what I have already
Jackson DXMGT
EMG 81/85 Pickups

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channel

Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss RV-5 Reverb
Boss CE-5 Chorus
Fender PT-100
#3
Quote by ygokazuki
no.
the mixer puts out a line-level signal.
a cab needs a power amp before it.


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#4
ok let me ask you this, can I plug it right into my tube amp? Yes i know an acoustic amp sounds better, but if so, should I plug it in the input before the preamp or just plug it into the return effects loop to bypass the preamp?
Jackson DXMGT
EMG 81/85 Pickups

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channel

Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss RV-5 Reverb
Boss CE-5 Chorus
Fender PT-100
#5
I'm pretty sure you can play it through your recto, but put it in the regular input jack, and just play it on your clean channel. It should be fine.
Gear:
Gibson X-Plorer Studio Yellow
Orange Tiny Terror
Orange PPC-112 Cab (2 stacked - 1 open backed)
MXR Phase 90
Fulltone OCD
#7
mic's tend to feed back like a mofo. prob better off direct lining it in.(wt a soundhole pup) either way, volume low.
Jenneh

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