#1
Just for giggles, is this possible? I have a Bugera 333XL and it has two inputs, high and low gain. Each gives a unique kind of sound and I'm wondering if I can't do an A/B box into each input. Does anyone know if this works or not?
#2
I know when you plug two guitars into an amp that has two inputs it really messes up the sound sometimes. I'd say try it, god only knows what will happen. Might turn out quite cool.
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#3
Read the manual on your amp because on my Peavey if both jacks are plugged in then the gain on both jacks become equalized.
#4
Quote by snowjay
Read the manual on your amp because on my Peavey if both jacks are plugged in then the gain on both jacks become equalized.


maybe...

it will work though... promise all of my internets.
#5
you could do that, or maybe try a Y cable and jumper it like you would an old marshall.
#7
Quote by BeerChurch
If you use both the high and low gain inputs on the 333XL, both jacks become low inputs.
This is correct.
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#8
Quote by BeerChurch
If you use both the high and low gain inputs on the 333XL, both jacks become low inputs.


+1

It'll work, and it's a good idea, but just not worth it to be honest.