#1
Is this good, can it give you the best of both worlds?
For example i have a Mesa/Boogie F30 Head, and have recently discovered the orange Advt30

(**Advt? what was I thinking? I mean AD30HTC)

I still love the mesa but for somethings would really like the orange sound

I've saved up alot of money (was gonna get some fx)
but would playing both these amps at once be good?

Is it easy to connect the two amps and is their some fx pedals to switch from one amp to the other or have both at the same time.

cheers
#2
Sure it can really enhance your tone if the 2 amps complement each other tone wise. You will get a much bigger sound. Try it if you can.
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#3
if the 2 amps complement each other tone wise...
that could be hard to check
I'll try

is their a pedal that can switch between the amps?
#4
Yes, you can. Just get an A/B/Y - box.

And if I understand what you meant you want to do, A/B/Y works like this:

Guitar--->Effects--->A/B--> A - Mesa | B - Orange | Y - both

Or if you have separate effects for both amps, but the effects after the A/B/Y - box.

That's pretty simple. If you want to use same effects on effects loops, that can be tricky. Not sure if it's even possible.

EDIT: Oh, at once?
Last edited by nakki at Apr 20, 2008,
#5
Just saying that for some combinations it can suck, others will work great Only way to be sure is try I guess.
Jackson KV 2, Jackson COW 7 (both in B), Jackson Demmelition V
Bogner Überschall (blue rev)
Marshall 1960B Vintage (2x V30 & 2x G12T75)
TC Electronic G Major
BBE Sonic Maximizer 422A
Weber Mass 150w
ISP ProRackG
T.Racks Dinopower
#6
anyone tried with an orange and a mesa

(lol I wish)
very hard for me to try, any ideas?
#8
Quote by Blackvelvet
I assume it would be like double tracking in recording. But you know, live.
Just a stupid question but how do you actually split your signal so it goes to two amps?
Retarded question i know and sorry if it kinda hyjacks the thread.

ab box i think
#9
Quote by mulefish
ab box i think


a-b-y box

read the thread properly
#11
Quote by Blackvelvet
Ok so what if i want more then 2 different amps?
Say.....8?

if you want 8 amps at the same time, you will need 7 a/b/y boxes.

-aby- aby
/ - aby
aby box
\
- aby-aby
-aby


and so on... get it ?

EDIT: crap, my spacings were deleted
just quote me to see it properly.