Play my acoustic guitar through my Marshall Bluetooth speaker with my gateway app
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I have the Marshall gateway app, a multieffects pedal, a interface Focusrite and a accustom guitar but I can’ get any sound out of the speaker! Help!!

asked 26 Jun 2021 at 12:33 PM

ray clark
Answers: 4
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Hi Ray,

Thank you for your message, can you please provide more details, which Bt Speaker do you have ??

Regards

Marshall Support

answered 28 Jun 2021 at 07:27 AM

Marshall
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I have the Stanmore II  bluetooth speaker and now I have ordered a Marshall MG100HGFX guld 100W amp top I will be getting on Friday!  I am a senior citizen and amature Country Singer (I have a couple of albums on 5 music apps, I like spotify "Ray Clark") and I have a foot pedal that I have spent over a year getting the sound that I think fits my acustic guitar; but it is an old multipedal and seems to pass on a brum so I may need the amp top effects to replace it!  So do you have any tips as how to connect properly this amp top to that speaker and some tips in setting up effects for a acustic guitar I sure would appreciate it!  I basicly am out and sing and play acustic guitar at senior citizens homes and with Country friends and small gatherings.  I have a full back line with lights for larger locations but I am in a wheelchair and need less to set up and I hope this combo will do the trick!!  Thanks for responding and helping!!  Ray

answered 01 Jul 2021 at 07:26 AM

ray clark
Hi Ray,

The stanmore II is a bluetooth speaker to connect to your phone to play music, you will need a guitar cab to connect to the MG100HGFX.

Regards

Marshall Support
- Marshall 01 Jul 2021 at 03:42 PM
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I got my amp top  and I connected with RCA connection cable to the Stanmore and it works fine and the effects loop with my multiefects pedal works fine with out any brum so I still need to be able to connect to my gateway app!  Would a i-rygg hd digital interface work to use the gateway app and then play it up on the Stanmore II through Bluetooth?  I have great sound with the Marshall amp top and the Stanmore II speaker for my smallar gigs!!  

answered 02 Jul 2021 at 03:17 PM

ray clark
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I bought my sister an acoustic ukulele, and without being near her, I couldn't help her connect it to the amplifier. Later, she found sait with useful information ? and she called me happy to show me how her ukulele sounds. I believe that asking someone for help is not a shame, but you can do it yourself in a few minutes with the Internet at hand. There are many valuable schemes on this site, and by contacting them, you can also organize a small studio after all. And playing on the street is excellent, but we could stop playing on the road and set up a small studio to earn good money.

edited 06 Jul 2021 at 04:45 PM

lisa simpson

answered 05 Jul 2021 at 07:27 PM

lisa simpson
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