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Hey guys,

This could be an impossible task... in my band, we have one guitar and one bass. So my role is a bit of second guitar sound and bassist. I have a variety of fuzz and distortions etc. I did briefly use 2 ampeg heads with an 8x10 and 1x15 with an aby box and it worked fantastically. But only one of the heads and cabs was mine, so it became a wee bit hard...

Does anyone know of a decent head that will allow 2 inputs at the same time, ideally with different volume/gain controls?

Or, is two heads with 2 cabs the best option? 

Ta

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A number of the Phil Jones amps are dual input.

A cheaper option which may be "good enough" could be to use a decent 2 channel mixer in front of the amp to save yourself the cost of a new rig?

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2 hours ago, Reaper said:

A number of the Phil Jones amps are dual input.

A cheaper option which may be "good enough" could be to use a decent 2 channel mixer in front of the amp to save yourself the cost of a new rig?

What he says...

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Would a Boss LS-2 or similar work here?  It splits your signal into two independent paths.  You can have whatever effects you like on each path.  Then it recombines the two paths back into one, which you can then send on to one amp.

 

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Trace Elliot AH500X. Two amps in one box. Each has its own volume control. Even has a built in crossover so one amp will output the upper frequencies, the other the low. 

And a UV light tube too. 

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