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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-28-2006, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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One guitar, two amps

Well sorta two amps. I have my RG 560 running into my Behringer tube mic pre, I turn the tube gain up a quarter of the way and leave the volume low, I run the XLR-1/4" cable to my V-Amp 2 and the 1/4"-1/4" cable to my X V-Amp. From there I set the V-Amp 2 for a high gain sound that will cut through any mix with clarity and send it out to my 31 band EQ. I set the X V-Amp to a very bass heavy setting with thick distortion and send it to my 7 band EQ. From there I run them into a mixer and into the comp and out to the 500 watt stereo.

All I have to do is plug it in and I can hear how it sounds. That's if I can free up enough plug spaces. Lol. Wish me luck! For extra luck, here's a pic. Yes the fan is on. Like hell Im turning it off.


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-28-2006, 10:44 PM
 
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Re: One guitar, two amps

LOL

all I can picture is the opening scene to "Back to the Future" where Michael J Fox plugs that guitar into tha monstrosity of equipment, hits one chord and gets tossed like 30 feet.

LOL good luck.. hope to hear back from ya.
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Re: One guitar, two amps

Just don't be standing barefoot in a puddle of water when you power-up
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Re: One guitar, two amps

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LOL

all I can picture is the opening scene to "Back to the Future" where Michael J Fox plugs that guitar into tha monstrosity of equipment, hits one chord and gets tossed like 30 feet.

LOL good luck.. hope to hear back from ya.
Im only using 200 watts of it with my two Polk Audio speakers. Its just a stereo. 100 watts per speaker. Im thinking of shutting off all the lights in the house when I do it. As soon as the dryer is done, Its going on. Pray that it just wont be a wall of mud. Although I would like to have a 7 foot speaker .
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Re: One guitar, two amps

Updated with a pic thats annoyingly smaller than the original. Mess off photobucket.
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