#1
well im havin a band practice tomorrow and the other guitarists asked if he vould bring a "splitter" and run both of our guitars through my 6505+,

ive never herd of one of these actually, what does it do?
and is it safe for my amp?
will it possibly screw anythin up?
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#2
It shouldn't hurt your amp, but it probably won't sound very good. Doesn't a 6505 have two inputs?
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#3
no^^
well id have to go check, but i dont think so.
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MXR 10 band EQ
#4
Tell him to quit being lazy and bring his own amp, cuz it won't sound good, if it even works.
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#5
he is^ well he is bringing a cab, asi dont have my marsha;; 1960 yet.
he said hed either bring the splitter thing or his rack unit and id have to use my combo...
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#6
it actually sounds great... you can split two guitars to one input cable, and you just have to balance the input of each guitar to get the volume similar

so just make sure you play with your volume knobs to even out the tone between the two guitars, turn down the hotter one usually
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#7
How exactly do i do that^?
the 6505 basically has pre gain-acual gain
and post gain-volume
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#8
Quote by doctorcheeze200
How exactly do i do that^?
the 6505 basically has pre gain-acual gain
and post gain-volume



BEFORE IT REACHES THE SPLITTER.
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#9
from my experience, one guitar would be louder than the other. and when you turn the volume of the louder guitar to zero, the other guitar would be muted as well. but it's really handy for clean songs.
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#10
so its pretty much gonna sound like ass, seeing how when you turn down the volume on a guitar, it loses some gain.
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Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#11
I did exactly this the other day, the 2 guitars into the one amp were a Strat and a Les Paul. The power of the Les Paul's buckers completely overwhelmed the Strats single coils, it took a bit playing around with the guitars' volume controls to get to a point where both guitars could be heard.

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