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  • Grounding my amp

    On the back of my amp it says 'equipment must be grounded'. This might sound like a stupid question but if i place my amp on top of table and plug it in does that count as grounded? I wanna see how the amp sounds at ear level as if i were an audience listening to a band on stage.

  • #2
    Lolwut :facepalm:

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    • #3
      fark im stupid. dont worry lol

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      • #4
        You seem like a nice guy, I thought this was a troll thread at first lol. It means you need to plug it into a grounded outlet. It doesn't literally have to be on the ground.

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          • #6
            Damn... thought I was going to find out how to install a three prong plug properly so I don't have to take it to a tech...

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            • #7
              You seem like a nice guy, I thought this was a troll thread at first lol. It means you need to plug it into a grounded outlet. It doesn't literally have to be on the ground.


              oh i see, is that why it is a three prong outlet and not two

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