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Buy a cable plug it into input jack one of the guitar and one on the amp

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A 1/4" cable is required, it's worth spending a little extra on a good one to stop any unwanted buzzing! Also, be sure your amp is OFF before you plug your guitar in...plugging your guitar in to a live amp can damage both the guitar and amplifier. When I started learning guitar I bought a maintenance guide from
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You can buy a 7 mm jack double ended lead to plug into the guitar and the amps input or just ask in a shop for a guitar lead its really that simple :)

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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    7mm? WTF are you talking about??


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Connect a 1/4" instrument cable from the guitar's 1/4" jack to the amp's 1/4" input.

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