#1
okay so good question.

i have a Boss me 50 guitar effect pedal that has two guitar amp outputs.

would it be smart or stupid to do this-


Plug guitar into boss me 50 that one side plugs into a Line 6 ax2 212 amp and the other half plugs into a Marshall 1952 Mk 2 amp ( http://www.marshallamps.com/product.asp?productCode=1959SLP ) that plugs into a marshall cabinet *i do nto know what the cabinet is i just know its a 4 by 12*


would that get me a good sound or a stupid sound?
#3
if both amps were marshall --> good sound
line6 in the mix --> bad sound
I wouldn't use multiFX with a digital amp, maybe instead of the Line6 a decent Solid state
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#5
^^^ good
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#6
Quote by druz15_UG
line6 in the mix --> bad sound

Do you actually know the ax2, or are you just fuelled by Spider hate?

I've never played a Line6 amp, but their pedals are totally brilliant, so "Line6 in the mix" isn't altogether bad at all.
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#7
no but every single amp of theres ive played (including said ax2) sound awful
>IMO<
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#8
The Line 6 amp hate isn't just blind hate. It's based on the awful sound you get from it. Sounds too digital, I don't know how else to describe it. But when compared to a real amp the differences are painfully obvious.

The pedals are okay. Amps? No. Just say no.
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#9
Ah, people who base their opinions on the companies cheapest amp...

TS, yes it will work. I did it once with a crappy Digitech RP I had. It will take some EQ play, but you can get them blended and sounding nice.
#10
Quote by CJRocker
Ah, people who base their opinions on the companies cheapest amp...

TS, yes it will work. I did it once with a crappy Digitech RP I had. It will take some EQ play, but you can get them blended and sounding nice.


somebody has a line6 and is getting antsy becuz theyre the most hated amp in the world.
I get flamed for disliking Marshalls (IMO only the very high end marshalls are any good) but never line6
they sound ****, it brings a bad name to digital modeling
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#11
Quote by druz15_UG
line6 in the mix --> bad sound


Even though Line 6 amps are amazing. Even if you think the Spiders are crap, gotta admit the others are pretty damn good.
#12
Well alot of bands dual track there sound using a Tube amp and Solid state (Flextone to be exact)


I say give it a whirl, its not likes costing you anything... And just lay off the volume a bit on the spider just let it contribute your pick attack and those types of nuances... It also will tighten up your sound a bit... I was going to try it with my old marshall vs100 but sold it before i could try it out...