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I believe this could be from bad grounding in the building. When I was in Uni, I could hear someone watching a basketball game through my amp. However, I could only notice it when I had higher gain and some distortion. The Tv/Radio might be coming up in your amp but you just can't hear it until the Wah pedal amplifies it. Another problem, may actually ...


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For what it's worth. I play my guitar through a MagicStomp pedal, then into a Fender Mustang 2 Moddleing amp. My CD Walkman is put through a small mixer and then out with XLR to a PA speaker. I just have to adjust the loudness of it to match the Amp. I can use headphones also.


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You should be able to use the electric guitar with a bass amp (Example: Josh Homme) I use my bass guitar at home with a guitar amp, but if I load it, the speaker may be damaged. Be careful, too.


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Try both the guitar input as well the aux input on the Cube, they’re going to sound different. With the aux input you’ll bypass the Cube’s preamp processing. You can’t break the Cube with the Scarlett. The Scarlett’s headphone output is stereo and it could be connected to the aux input with a suitable stereo cable. Just don’t turn the phones level too high. ...


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The list of potential problems that may be causing your amplifier, cable, and guitar to not sound is quite long. It may be something as simple as dirt or corrosion in a connector, a defective guitar pickup, a defective solder connection on a circuit board, a guitar cable plug that is not securely plugged all the way in, and on and on. The usual procedure for ...


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This happens with two different guitars, so it (probably) isn't the guitar. Try a different lead, try a different amplifier. Do whichever is more convenient first! Probably the different lead. Unless your guitar-playing friend lives next door?


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Bear in mind that the albums are often double tracked and or have things like stereo separation effects that alter the sound from the way the band actually plays a song live. Also, microphones play a bigger role in recorded tone than average people credit. Cobain was not known for a ton of effects: clearly he used tremolo and phaser/flanger effects on ...


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The only way that works for me is using 2 monitor speakers separately. Means. 1 output from ASIO devices. And 1 output from your pc jack. In this setup you can play IRIG and other audio(youtube or video files) at the same time. Good luck.


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I believe it's the sample rate. If you are recording at 48 KHz and your card is one of the basic ones it won't be able to switch between the two. So if you wanna use it to practice over a youtube video or something like that, just lower the sample rate of your daw to 44.1 KHz and that should solve it ;)


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I want to piggyback on what's been said already. The Rolls SX21 is an awesome, small and wonderful tool to split your bass signal. I am doing things a little different though I am splitting the input between a GK 250w 1X12 and a TC Electronic 250w 2X10. But, the thing that I like to do different is use the 2X10 for the lows (under 200hz) and the 1X12 for the ...


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