What is the best way to run two amps at once?

Jahn

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A serious answer is the Radial Bigshot A/B/Y, great ground lift on it too (running two amps, that's a must) but the only thing I miss is an LED light telling me when one is on, the other or both.

The fun answer is an Ibanez Flying Pan. Phasing panning stereo swirls, fun for the whole family!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygZ3LOtmW90&fmt=18
 
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I was just looking at the VL Amp selector a few minutes ago.

I think that's the one I want .

I was playing my Blonde Bassman together w/ a couple of different TopHats,
and, now 2- amps won't suffice - I need at least a 3rd one, if not . . . a fourth ! :stir
My first original effort in the studio I used 4 amps at once. A fantastic full wall of dynamic sound once I got it dialed in. Time in studio=$$$$$, therefore my last real studio venture was one amp. Ahhh but what a sound!
 

keninsyr

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I use a Barber Launch Pad. No tone loss and you can adjust the signal level of each amp. Very transparent. It can do other things and is a great clean boost.
 




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