Can I use the Speaker out?
NEVER connect your amp's speaker output jack to anything other than a speaker or other device that can handle a speaker-level signal. Connecting it directly to a JamHub input will quickly cause serious damage to your JamHub and will void your warranty. This can also cause irreparable damage to your guitar amp. This is true even of your guitar amp is a tiny '1 Watt' tube amp.
Can I use the Line out?
The 'line out' jack on your amp can be connected to a JamHub, but we recommend that you consider the following carefully before doing so:
Using most guitar amps' line outputs doesn't mute the amp's speaker or disengage its circuitry. Amps can suffer damage from running without a speaker (or at least a 'dummy load') connected.
The sound from an amp's line output jack is often very different from what you're used to hearing from that amp's speaker. Unless it's a 'speaker emulating' line output, most guitarists describe it as comparatively 'harsh' or 'thin-sounding'.
The line outputs from most amps usually carry a mono signal. When connecting to a JamHub's stereo instrument input, use an included mono-to-stereo adapter to get the signal into both sides of the headphones.
Can I use the Headphone out?
Some guitar amps have direct, speaker-simulated headphone outputs that 'mute' the amp's speaker when engaged and sound very good into headphone systems. Those without speaker-emulated outputs tend to sound bright/harsh/tinny compared to the way they sound through the amp's speaker.
We recommend that the best, easiest and most versatile way to get great, 'silent' electric guitar tone with a JamHub is to use a Boss / Roland Amplifier or Effect Pedal with COSM® Amp Modelling Technology. Feed the stereo headphone output from any of these into a JamHub stereo Instrument input and you're ROCKIN' ALL NIGHT!