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Re: Connecting your bass - one of the nice things


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Posted by rumblethump on April 26, 2001 at 12:38:13:

In Reply to: Re: Connecting your bass - one of the nice things posted by Glen on April 26, 2001 at 08:18:32:

What rigs are you going to be running? You can alway take a signal from
your effects out to another amp (padded/active input works better). My vintage sunn, I can run a plug from another
input, over to another amp. Daisy chain. You could get a splitter box and split the signal from your bass and send it to 2 amps. Morley makes one that a/b or a&b, that would work for you.


: about electric current is that it can be split easily, and without much penalty. A simple Y-adapter will do the job, unless you want to add a preamp along the way.

: And yes, you could use the y-adapter on the send/return if you don't want to mess w/ the original input. In either case make sure both amps are on the same electrical circuit, and polarized properly.

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: : Sometimes at gigs I have the possibility of having two different amp/cab combinations at hand. So I was wondering what is the best way to connect these two amps? Should I use a box that divides one signal into two, or is there such? Or should I use the send/return plug-ins? Or am I completely lost hear?

: : Dave Wood




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