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does the fender blues jr have a speaker out?

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It has one speaker jack. You can disconnect the internal speaker and plug in an external cabinet if you like.

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You can also use a DI box to split the signal out and still hear the amp. ART makes an inexpensive DI box with an aux out. So with the Blues Jr. you unplug the speaker from the chassis input and plug it into the out of the DI box. Use a short jumper cable (foot long or so) to go from the amp to the DI in. Then use the aux out for an external speaker or to go straight into a snake or mixer.

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You can also use a DI box to split the signal out and still hear the amp. ART makes an inexpensive DI box with an aux out. So with the Blues Jr. you unplug the speaker from the chassis input and plug it into the out of the DI box. Use a short jumper cable (foot long or so) to go from the amp to the DI in. Then use the aux out for an external speaker or to go straight into a snake or mixer.

 

Huh??? Speaker and line level signals aren't the same thing. You would never send the same signal to an external speaker or a mixer.

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Yea I'm kinda confused by that one too. Usually if I'm going to a snake->PA I'll just mic the amp. If I just want a second speaker, I'll just use a Y adapter

and run a second speaker. Yea I know the impedance is 4 ohms that way but the Blues Junior can handle it.

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