#1
Im getting a microphone and cable, and I was wondering if there are any adapters to change the XLR to a 1/4 TRS (the jack for a guitar amp) Even if I found the adapter, would It work fine with an amp and an effects pedal? Im trying to get effects for the mic.
#2
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Free_UK_Delivery/XLR_Jack_Plug_Adaptors_12146/XLR_Jack_Plug_Adaptors_12146.htm

plenty of stuff about, and yeah, should work.

only thing is, the effects might not work for your vocal frequency. tried putting a theremin through my chain and it failed
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#4
Unless your guitar has a stereo input running a balanced signal on a TRS jack into it will cause a grounding issue. You need a XLR to 1/4" TS adapter.

Why exactly are you running a mic through your amp?
#5
I dont really have anything else decent to use... Maybe I should just get a mic amp or something. Id just like to use what I have now.