Hi guys I don't know, if this has been posten before (I do fear so, though) - but I can't really find anything about it in the archive hmm, so I'll post this question anyway. I thinking of buying a rack-EQ in order to elliminate some of the feedback problems that come with amplifying an upright. Specifically, I am considering to buy the Behringer DEQ1024 (If you want to see it, it's here). But on the rear of it, it has 2 analog inputs, one right and one left, but no mono is noted, so should I just plug into one of the inputs (e.g. the left) and pan the sound to be only left (on the front - maybe a look at the linked page would be neccessary in order to understand what I'm trying to explain ). If I did that (pan the sound to the left) would that make any changes to my sound at all, as long as I only use the LEFT output too? If it makes any difference to you, I'm planning on getting the Behringer BX1200 combo as amp, since I've heard many great things about that little amp, and that it is good for the low price. By the way, where should I put the EQ, before or after the preamp - before I suppose, right? If I would use other effect, such as a volume pedal or a chorus (though It's unlikely, since I like my DB to sound rather dry and natural - but I'm also going to use my electric with this rig) Thanks in advance.