R: [Harp-L] amplification question
I think you could use a Fender The Twin Red Knobs. It's a little heavy...A
lot of weight, but you can play in a parallel channel mode so you can have
the clean and the overdriven channel working separately at the same time.
You can connect harp and guitar and play 'em together!
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di Drew Ross
Inviato: Saturday, November 01, 2008 7:38 PM
A: John Adams
Oggetto: Re: [Harp-L] amplification question
Thanks to you and to all who contacted me off list. The one amp idea is
pretty interesting, and it seems to be a consensus that the harp through a
mic needs less gain.
On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 3:07 AM, John Adams <quincy56@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I use the same amp for both. I'd love to have dedicated amps for both,
> but I can't afford it. You can get by with a smaller amp for either if
> amps are being mic'd into the board.
> The amp I use has two separate input channels, and I have a different
> pre-amp tube in the one I use for harp (lower gain). So far it has been
> plenty loud without the PA for both uses.
> Drew Ross wrote:
>> I've been playing for many years, but I'm finally getting toward
>> harp now that I'm finally learning guitar, too. My question is whether a
>> harmonica through a microphone would tend to need a more powerful amp
>> an electric guitar. I'm picturing two scenarios, one in which it is just
>> guitar and harp, each through an amp, and a second in which there is a
>> larger band (bass, drums, maybe piano). I imagine that the answer may
>> be "it depends," but generally, which instrument needs the more powerful
>> amp? Does it depend on the harp mic or the type of guitar?
>> Harp-L is sponsored by SPAH, http://www.spah.org
Harp-L is sponsored by SPAH, http://www.spah.org
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