Re: [Harp-L] Amp for Guitar and Harmonica?

J.R., this may exceed your budget a bit but it is worth noting.  Bruce
Collins of Mission Amps modifies Fender Deluxe Reverb amps so that one
channel retains the great guitar tone and the other channel is specifically
for harmonica.  I've heard these amp in action several times and the sound
is impressive.  Dan Treanor plays one.

Another option is the Memphis Mini amp.  Here is video of the guitar
through the little 6-watt MM amp:

-Rick Davis

On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 2:25 AM, j r <jr_parker_jr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hey all,
> Do any of you use the same amp for both electric guitar and harmonica?  Or
> do you have any recommendations of what might work?
> I recently got an electric guitar and I'd also like to start playing harp
> miced as well.  I'm looking for a practice/small venue amp.  I tested out a
> Fender Blues Junior on my guitar at guitar center, which sounded great, but
> after doing some research it seems the consensus is a Blues Junior should
> be modified before being used for harp.  My budget is maxed at $600, with
> the understanding I may have to get a pedal or two on top of the amp.
> I don't have any harp mics at the moment, in case that would be relevant
> to someone's response.  I'm looking at getting either a bullet mic or a
> bottle o blues.
> Also, I realize I will likely end up getting two (or more) amps
> eventually.  However, budget-wise I'm hoping to get away with just one for
> a while.
> Any suggestions appreciated.
> -JR

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