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GuitarBoy666  
10 Feb 2008 18:35 | Quote
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Alright, when I have my line 6 out by itself (not plugged into my 100 watt kustom) it has a much different tone than when it is plugged in... How can I keep the tone that my line 6 has when it is plugged in ?
I seemed to get sorta close, but not quite there.

Also a small question:
Is there anything you can get that you plug into your amps output, then you put a patch cord in for your guitar, then another for like a friends guitar ? Like it makes your amp have 2 inputs even though it originally has one ? Or even a pedal like that or something ?
EMB5490  
10 Feb 2008 18:45 | Quote
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i dont believe ur ever going to get the exact same tone on ur line 6 when its unplugged. also on the small question my friend had a pedal of some sorts that connected 2 guitars. i dont know the name nor do i know the cost, but i do belive it is out ther
EMB5490  
10 Feb 2008 18:54 | Quote
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the thing about the amp: my friend had it set up in a way no 1 else would.... since the amp was like 2 speaker my guitar comes out 1 his comes out other...he did somthing with the wireing on both the amp and pedal.. wouldnt make any sense to have 2 guitars on 1 amp..that would sound horrible lol. TO answer the question..ur not gona find tht in stores unless u get some technical geek like my friend to fix it up 4 u so...no ur not gona get 2 guitars on 1 amp
Guitarslinger124  
10 Feb 2008 20:12 | Quote
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NEVER PLUG YOUR GUITAR INTO YOUR AMPS OUTPUT!!!! If your amp doesnt have two inputs, you buy pedals for that, you can also buy adapters (splitters).
goodtunes  
10 Feb 2008 22:32 | Quote
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like GS said you can get an y splitter to turn one input into two.
follow this link it might be something that you can use to use two guitars on one amp. maybe some others can look at it too, to much sure i am not steering ya wrong.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Monster-Cable-14-Mono-Male-to-2-14-Mono-Female-YAdapter?sku=330055
GuitarBoy666  
11 Feb 2008 13:45 | Quote
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Ha no way I know not to put it into the output... I would be effed if I did that !!!
Splitters, that's what I was talking about, I wasn't sure if you could get them or not for guitars... I only knew you could get MP3 Earphone Splitters lol.

Whattup with the female/male tihngs on cables ? I never knew cables had different genders.. Lol
EMB5490  
11 Feb 2008 13:54 | Quote
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woh cool never knew they had those things i though my friend was only 1
Notim  
11 Feb 2008 15:04 | Quote
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Guitar boy you never heard of male and female cables...LMAO...okay,okay try puttin two males togther.......LOLOLOL or two females.....LOL
GuitarBoy666  
11 Feb 2008 17:11 | Quote
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Lmfao !!!!!!!!!!
Gay sexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx lolololol

So that means, if a male and female cable are put together.. You will get .....


A BABY CABLE ! =D
lmfao I am a bit happy right now :P
EMB5490  
11 Feb 2008 17:22 | Quote
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another forum disscution shot to hell lol "-"

i got a question which u guys will laugh at me for asking but what exactly are effects on the amp or petal or w/e theyr on?
GuitarBoy666  
11 Feb 2008 18:14 | Quote
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I didn't laugh, the effects are like, the different sounds your amp can make. I can make a recording or something with my sounds and post it here. An effect is like, not necessarily changes the sound of your clean/distortion, it just adds like an extra "feature" or add-on to your sound. Like a flange is an effect that kinda sounds like jet planes flying. I think is aka a "Jetter" effect. Go to the store and find a pedal like that and you will see what I mean.
EMB5490  
11 Feb 2008 19:43 | Quote
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oooo i dont got tht on mine do they have tht on pedals? i have a feeling thts wut pedals r 4 am i rite?
Doz  
12 Feb 2008 06:19 | Quote
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Well some pedals are for adding new things to your sound and some are for tweaking your sound. You get a few for other stuff but that's the basic idea.


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