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Bojankification
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Mar 27, 2015
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Sorry if this seems like a silly question, but I truly want to find out. Is it possible for me to plug in my guitar and to have another cable going out into a real guitar amplifier(speaker)? Sorry if this doesn't make sense, but I just want to know if this headphone amplifier can be used like a FX pedal for guitars; you know, to add more of a dimension to the sound?
Mar 27, 2015
Senny
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Apr 1, 2015
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Don't really think this would be what you're looking for. Any effect on your tone would be very small compared to any effects in your chain.
If anything it'll simply overload the circuits down your fx chain and you'll just get massive clipping. If you want atmosphere at this price, get a strymon blue sky.
http://www.strymon.net/products/bluesky/
Apr 1, 2015
LinkTree
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Apr 1, 2015
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Don't know how it will work with a guitar but this can be used as a pre-amp as well as headphones amp
Apr 1, 2015
Usagi
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Apr 3, 2015
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Don't expect great distorted/overdriven tone. It will probably have a clean tone, since its a headphone amp not designed for distortion. The impedence from 32 -600 would cause a mismatch, since most speakers run at 4, 8, 16 ohms. Even the clean tone might be mediocre without testing it first, if played through headphones.
Apr 3, 2015
Bojankification
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Apr 4, 2015
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WOOOOOOO! Thank you! I appreciate it sooo very much man!
Apr 4, 2015
Bojankification
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Apr 4, 2015
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Hahaha I sooooo much appreciated! Thank you! I was sooo curious about it I couldn't stop myself from asking the question! Thank you again!
Apr 4, 2015
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