#1
What can I get thats quite cheap to sound a microphone through over drums and guitars?

It's for band-practice/recordings.
#3
i dont have an amp!
thats what im saying...
what sort of amp do i need for a microphone?
#6
Guitars and microphones have a very different impedance, don't use a guitar amp for a microphone. Get a power amp and some speakers, as well as a mixer if you intent on using more than one microphone eventually.

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are there just mic amps? or do i have to have P.A/guitar amp?


Microphones are amplified to line level by a microphone preamp. Then the line level signal is sent to a power amplifier, which boosts the signal to very loud levels as heard by humans.
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#7
im just in a small band though,
its just so that when i jam, i can sing and be heard.
what about a microamp hooked up to speakers?
#8
Quote by EdawMail
im just in a small band though,
its just so that when i jam, i can sing and be heard.
what about a microamp hooked up to speakers?


The best option for you is a really small mixer with built in preamps and an active monitor.
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#10
Seriously, check the local paper. Someone is selling a used PA. Either that or find a cheap keyboard amp. I've used those in the past with decent results...

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