#1
so how do these things work? am i right in assuming i just buy a rack unit, plug my guitar in and then out to my amp or something? or is there a whole other load of stuff im missing out?

in other words, can i just buy a rack unit and just use it straight out the box?
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Guitars:
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BC rich NJ neck thru series warlock
customized epi les paul

Amps:
blackstar ht-5 combo
VOX VT-100

Pedals:
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#2
^^ thanks for the info.
Mah gear :p

Guitars:
Ibanez RG350DX
BC rich NJ neck thru series warlock
customized epi les paul

Amps:
blackstar ht-5 combo
VOX VT-100

Pedals:
bad dog phaser


"Remember your a WOMBLE!!!"
Quote by Morrie2995
dude you just became my hero. Nice
#3
Not to mention a midi board to control the effects. Might want to make sure your amp itself is also midi compatible, so you can control everything with one floorboard.

Not essential, but sure makes live playing easier.
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#4
Is a dual recto midi controllable?
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#5
Nope.
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#6
You can run it in front of your amp or through your effects loop. And if you are smart enough and have the right unit you can usually get them to control your amp channel sometimes although you may have to sacrifice some channels to get it working.
#7
True, the Voodoo labs ground control has an optional audio switcher extension thing that can change the amp channels on non midi amps.
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