#1
Is there a certain order that you're supposed to plug your guitar into the amp. For example: are you supposed to turn on the amp and plug it into the guitar, or are you supposed to plug the amp into your guitar and then turn it on.

I was just worried that it could somehow result in damage if I did it in the "wrong" way

Thanks in advance.
#2
It shouldn't damage anything, no matter the order.
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#3
It's always safer to plug in before you turn on.
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#5
well the easiest way to avoid any feedback is to have everything plugged in then turn on the amp. if anything have the guitar plugged in then plug into the amp after its on.
#6
Quote by whosamerica
well the easiest way to avoid any feedback is to have everything plugged in then turn on the amp. if anything have the guitar plugged in then plug into the amp after its on.



whoa, pop city. hold your ears if you plan to do that at high volumes.

plug everything in then turn on the amp

turn amp off before unplugging. or hit a bypass if you have one (a footswitcahble tuner or a standby switch work well.)
#7
I had to leave right after I posted this and didn't have time to respond, so it's a bit late but thanks a lot for the responses.