#1
Is it possible to plug two guitars into one amp at the same time if the amp only has one input? If so, what piece of gear would I need? Thanks
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a splitter, a decent one is like 10 bucks at radio shack
but itll sound so unbeleivably ****tty having two guitars into one amp its not even worth it
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#5
are you supposed to be able to plug two guitars into one amp with two inputs?
my amp has two inputs, but when you plug two guitars in you get very weird side effects, like one guitar randomly gets really quiet and such.
#6
yes it is possible.. but don+t you dare to go for it...

it sucks big time
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are you supposed to be able to plug two guitars into one amp with two inputs?
my amp has two inputs, but when you plug two guitars in you get very weird side effects, like one guitar randomly gets really quiet and such.


It's cause you aren't supposed to do that.

An AB/Y would do it but you'll end up having the same problem as this guy.
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#8
Yes its possible, But you need a A/B splitter.
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a splitter, a decent one is like 10 bucks at radio shack
but itll sound so unbeleivably ****tty having two guitars into one amp its not even worth it



apparently it can blow your pickups up...or so ive had strongly advised to me

its probably not worth the risk considering itl be **** sounding anyway
#10
so why is it that some amps have two inputs then?
(i have noticed that my two inputs produce different tones mind you, would that be the reason?)
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so why is it that some amps have two inputs then?
(i have noticed that my two inputs produce different tones mind you, would that be the reason?)


High sensitivity jack and a low sensitivity jack.
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are you supposed to be able to plug two guitars into one amp with two inputs?
my amp has two inputs, but when you plug two guitars in you get very weird side effects, like one guitar randomly gets really quiet and such.


woah dude, that's pretty balls. I have a Twin Amp, and I would never let anyone plug into the second input while I'm playing. I play it safe with my gear...ever since the tragic "accident".
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High sensitivity jack and a low sensitivity jack.

Exactly. Like if I had to borrow a guitar with EMGs and play low-distortion music I could plug my guitar into the low sensitivity jack and it would cut 8dB before sending it to the preamp.
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your gonna have alot of cross tones and your guitars are gonna be really muddy.
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