#1
when you turn your talkbox on does the microphone amplify the sound or is it still the amp? if its the amp how does the sound go from your mouth back down to the talkbox and into your amp and if its the microphone isnt it hard to keep levels even?
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#2
it goes into the mic
not the amp
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#3
There's a thread on this, but the sound from the talkbox "amp", which is actually IN the pedal, is amplified by the mic. No sound comes from your mouth whatsoever, you just make shapes with it around the tube.

It works kind of like the speakers on your cell phone, where you put your mouth over it and can make a close to wah sound. I bet I'm the only person who does that haha

But it just makes these "talking sounds" because the tighter your mouth is on it, the more bassy it gets. The farther away, the more trebley it gets. And the rest of the shapes mix and match these frequencies.
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#4
Quote by Ez0ph
it goes into the mic
not the amp

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#5
so when you turn your talkbox on no sound comes out of your amp?
Guitars:
Custom les paul copy with sun inlay
Epiphone les paul custom with emg 81/85
Hondo 80's star shape(project)
ESP explorer (project)
Epiphone dr200s
Epiphone ej200
pedals:
mxr doubleshot distortion
amp:
Raven rg100