I've read here that a lot of people will mic an electric guitar amp to go into an L1 but is it feasible to simply plug the guitar into a Blues Jr. and let the L1 take the vocals and occasional backing track? I'm primarily acoustic but I'm planning on working a Taylor T5 (electric part... don't care for the acoustic sound) into parts of my performance and I'm wondering why it wouldn't work to have the amp alone handle the T5. I'm guessing this would work in small to middle locales without excessive noise?
The reason to put a microphone on that guitar amp is to let the L1® deliver the tone throughout the room with the same propagation characteristics as your voice.
Did you sit in on Chuck's presentation at Ashland?
Think back, think waaaay back.
Put another way: Run the T5 through the amp, and the amp through the L1® so everyone gets to hear the T5 as well as they can hear your voice.This message has been edited. Last edited by: ST,
Now that you say that, yeah, I remember that during the presentation. Makes sense.
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