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#1 2012-03-07 05:40:57

hcroyo
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Can I use my Guitar Amp as speaker for my boss ve 20 vocal processor?

Hi and good day to all! This is my first time to post so pardon me if I ever place it in the wrong forum

I have a guitar amp (Laney LV200) that i use for practicing guitars at home. I am also the singer in the band so I decided to buy Boss VE 20 vocal processor... but now my question is can i use my Laney LV200 as a speaker for my boss ve 20? The output of boss ve 20 is a 3 pin XLR  and i plan to purchase a female XLR to 1/4 Jack converter then plug the output of boss ve 20 into the effects loop of my amplifier... i often use my laney amp as a speaker (i use the effects loop, i even use it as a speaker when i watch movies on the computer) and i am thinking maybe it can be used for this purpose too.

Is this possible? I do not have a pa system at home nor a keyboard amplifier, and i do not plan on purchasing one just for my boss ve 20 pedal... so i am thinking maybe my Laney LV 200 can do the trick? The only time i can access a pa system is during practice and gig and i want to be able to play with the settings before jamming or going to a gig

thanks and more power, hope you can help me

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#2 2012-03-13 13:35:19

basil
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Re: Can I use my Guitar Amp as speaker for my boss ve 20 vocal processor?

Hi hcroyo,

A guitar isn't going to sound too good for vocals ,but I understand it's what you have for home practice.
Just use the 1/4 headphone jack output from Boss VE20 to your amp...no need to buy any type of converter.


Take care
Basil

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#3 2012-05-31 20:14:59

RGFG Band
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Re: Can I use my Guitar Amp as speaker for my boss ve 20 vocal processor?

hcroyo wrote:

Hi and good day to all! This is my first time to post so pardon me if I ever place it in the wrong forum

I have a guitar amp (Laney LV200) that i use for practicing guitars at home. I am also the singer in the band so I decided to buy Boss VE 20 vocal processor... but now my question is can i use my Laney LV200 as a speaker for my boss ve 20? The output of boss ve 20 is a 3 pin XLR  and i plan to purchase a female XLR to 1/4 Jack converter then plug the output of boss ve 20 into the effects loop of my amplifier... i often use my laney amp as a speaker (i use the effects loop, i even use it as a speaker when i watch movies on the computer) and i am thinking maybe it can be used for this purpose too.

Is this possible? I do not have a pa system at home nor a keyboard amplifier, and i do not plan on purchasing one just for my boss ve 20 pedal... so i am thinking maybe my Laney LV 200 can do the trick? The only time i can access a pa system is during practice and gig and i want to be able to play with the settings before jamming or going to a gig

thanks and more power, hope you can help me

silly musician...use the 1/4 inch earphone jack and set it to send a mono signal....use your guitar cable... RGFG

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