#1
I have a question

I have a B-52 LS 100 (solid state), I noticed if I plug my boss delay into the effect loop, it lowers the volume on my amp and I can barely hear anything..

Please help
#2
I'm not familiar with B-52 amps but does the effects loop have its own level control?

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#3
hmm i have this feeling this thread is going to be around for a while.
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#4
You need to have a cable from the effects 'send' going out to the pedal's input, and then from the output to the 'return' of the effects loop.
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#5
Sorry it took for me forever to answer,

It does have it's own effect loop level, but I maxed out the volumes on the send and return. I also sent the effects send to the pedal's input and and the pedal's output to the return of the effects loop
#6
Is the battery in the pedal dead? Are you powering it through an adapter? If so, check the polarity on the adapter matches the pedal's needs... also check that the voltage matches.
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Is the battery in the pedal dead? Are you powering it through an adapter? If so, check the polarity on the adapter matches the pedal's needs... also check that the voltage matches.


I am powering it through a one shot adapter and the pedal is boss dd3. How would I check the voltage