Greetings all; new to the forum but not new to worship guitar. I am our church's praise band's sole guitarist (another thread for another time), & I play 99.9% rhythm -- still building my skill set. I play an acoustic 12-string & an electric, depending on what I think the song calls for. My question is when I play acoustic, I run directly into the sound board, but when I play electric, I play through a (cheap) solid state amp that is mic'd & run into the board. I've had this set up since I got my electric almost two years ago, but I'm rethinking. I have a couple of pedals -- tuner & delay -- right now, but mostly run the 12-string through those since my amp has effects built-in -- not to mention the delay causes buzzing that may be due to the pedal/amp interaction, or power issues. My question is whether there might be a better way to do this. Is there a way I can run both guitars into the same device, using the same pedals & cable, into the system, but that would still allow the potential for adding some effects? I know the solution is out there; what would you recommend & what are some things I should think about if I go this path? Part of the reason for using the amp with the electric is that it serves as a monitor for the guitar, since I do not have the capability to hear it through the mix in the monitors. Thanks!