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***Thanks for your input, guys. First, here's what I hope to be able to do: Mix a backing track/sound track from laptop (or other source) with my pedal steel (pedal steel > volume pedal > mixer) then from mixer to my amp as I can get the benefit of amp effects (mainly reverb). Then, the mixed sound will either come through the amp's speaker, or if I'...


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You can definitely do this. You will get the blended sound amplified by your amp, along with whatever tonal characteristics your guitar amp provides. I definitely would not do it. Because the sound coming out is very unlikely to be something that would sound good (to me - your opinion may vary): Guitar amplifier input stages do not amplify sound cleanly ...


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First off… pros don't just decide they want to turn their amp up halfway through a gig. That's what sound crews are for; there's one guy whose job it is to make sure everyone on stage can hear themselves clearly. That aside, at a large gig it wouldn't make the slightest difference front of house. There's not really a great deal of the actual amp's volume ...


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