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  • DeuxDoigts_Tonnerre 9:33PM

Amplification/Mic

Hey everybody. I'm considering ways to amplify my gj guitar. I want to run it through my loop pedal to my guitar amp. I was considering the audio technica pro 70, but it looks like it doesnt come with everything I'll need. What would I use to connect between the pedal and pro 70? Guitar > pro70 > ? > loop pedal > 1/4 inch cable > guitar amp

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  • DeuxDoigts_TonnerreDeuxDoigts_Tonnerre Lawrenceville GA USANew Altamira M30D, Gitane DG-250M
    This is a different route than the Audio Technica Pro 70, but FWIW, I just installed a K&K Pure Macaferri (2 transducer heads super-glued on the inside at the tips of the moustache pieces as recommended) in my Altamira M30D. I am running the Guitar into a BOSS CS-3 compressor pedal and then into my Digitech JamMan Stereo, then into a PA head. I used the BOSS compressor pedal because I had it left over from my previous life as a rock/blues guitarist. I am pretty happy with the results so far. I can use the compressor pedal to give the tone some "body" or fullness, especially if I want a little more bass in my tone. If I get feedback, I dial the Sustain knob back a little.

    I may add an EQ pedal or a preamp in my signal chain eventually for more tone shaping or feedback mitigation capabilities.

    Either way, it may take a bit of experimentation to get the sound that you really like and that will work for your situation.
  • Pro70 is XLR output, you need something like this to connect to your looper (assuming it doesn't have the XLR input, only the 1/4 inch):
    https://www.fullcompass.com/prod/011646-audio-technica-cp8201-in-line-transformer-low-z-to-hi-z
    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • crookedpinkycrookedpinky Glasgow✭✭✭✭ Alex Bishop D Hole, Anastasio, Godefroy Maruejouls
    I think the Jam man has an xlr mic input which should accept the Pro 70s output.
    Buco
    always learning
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