#1
I've come across a cheap 32 band rack EQ.

Now, the question i have is.

Can I connect this to a amp head? If so, through what jack would it connect and does it have to be externally powered.

Thanks a lot.
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#2
yes, go from the EQs out to the heads in, and yeah it needs to be externally powered.
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#3
If you have an effects loop you can. Just connect the 'Send' jack of you amp to the input of the EQ, and connect the output to the 'Return' jack on the amp.
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Quote by Ventor
If you have an effects loop you can. Just connect the 'Send' jack of you amp to the input of the EQ, and connect the output to the 'Return' jack on the amp.


you don't need an effects loop, the EQ can go straight into the amps input seeing as it only puts out a line level signal.
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Quote by Kid_Thorazine
you don't need an effects loop, the EQ can go straight into the amps input seeing as it only puts out a line level signal.


Still, unless you use a lot of pedals there's not much to EQ from a guitar signal
It'll be more effective after the pre-amp imo.
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#6
Well I've got both of them so I should be right, thanks a lot guys.
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