Taking a split mic signal into a guitar combo + impedance
Hi all, apologies if this post is a little naive.
I'm trying to take a single mic signal and split it two ways so that I can feed two distinct destinations: one of the splits running into an outboard mic pre, then into Tools, the other split fed into the 1/4" TRS jack plug input of my valve guitar combo (so that I can take a line out from the combo into Tools AND mic up the combo's speaker and run that into Tools also.
I'm hoping that someone can help me with three questions:
1. Can someone recommend a good splitter box from which I can take the mic signal and split to the preamp + guitar amp?
2. Will the output signals that come from the splitter be degraded in any way, i.e., will they be identical, quality-wise, to the input signal?
3. Is there a problem with running a mic signal into a guitar amp in terms of impedance, and if so, is there some way of converting the mic signal impedance to match that required by the guitar amp?
Thanks, all the best,
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