Chaining amplifiers together?

Asked by: Essam Milletto

Start by plugging your guitar into the foot pedal with one of the instrument cables.

  1. Then take the other two instrument cables and plug one into each of the outputs on the pedal.
  2. These instrument cables then get plugged into the two amps you want to daisy chain.

How do you connect two amps together?

Connecting an amplifier switch

You should also connect right to right and left to left. In the exact same way, run the speaker wire from the other amplifiers back into input B on the back of the switch box. Run the speaker wires from the 1st output connectors on the back of your switch box to both of your speakers.

Can you hook up two guitar amps together?

Daisy-chaining guitar amplifiers is certainly possible. The simplest way to achieve this is by connecting the guitar to the input of one amp, then outputting the signal to the input of another amp.

Can you run one amp into another?

A simple method you can use for connecting one amplifier to another amplifier is by employing an active crossover. This device separates the high-end frequencies of the audio from the bass frequencies so that they can be sent to separate amps and thus different speakers.