#1
I understand an amp that has two inputs for separate channels, or an amp with two inputs for passive and active pick-ups. But why would an amp just have two inputs? I was looking at one of the Crate acoustic amps and am just puzzled as to why have two inputs with only one set of e.q. or effects knobs.
#2
Two guitars or guitar and vocals are common for acoustic amps to have. Or if you wanted to switch instruments quickly and run em thru the same amp.
#3
so two people can play on one amp
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#4
Most of the time its because one of the inputs has lower gain than the other. For instance My VH100 has a "high" input and a "low" input. for better distortion I use the "high" and for better cleans I use the "low".
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#5
a better question is, why are you looking at crate acoustic amps?


but like said on an acoustic amp, 2 inputs usually allows for a mic (xlr) and a guitar input.


^or in some elecetrics a high and a low.
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#6
Thanks for the answers. Just wondering if a mic and a guitar into the same amp using the same EQ is a wise idea.

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a better question is, why are you looking at crate acoustic amps?
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Come on, that little Crate Taos is a nice little acoustic amp.
Right now I play my acoustic through a Fender bass amp...it gives me a no bells and whistles sound that perfectly replicates my guitar sound. I guess I am now looking for bells and whistles.
#7
LAf, for $200 you can find a nice little pa system. even more bells.
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