#1
im thinking about getting a blackstar ht distx and i already have a boss ME--70...my q is..can i a use my blackstar adn my ME-70 at the same time and would it alter the sound in anyway??? guitar>blackstar pedal>Me-70>amp would that work and would the me-70 alter the blackstart soundin anyway? Thanks!
#2
In my experience, running distortion over a multi fx'd signal results in a mind numbing buzz where you can't make anything out except the sounds of a simultaneously dying and vomiting cat.
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#3
which amp?

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#4
peavey windsor...........so should i sell my ME-70 and get individual effects?
#6
I run my MD-2 into my RP-250 with no problem, try it, it will probably be fine.
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#7
another option would be run it trough fx loop right? would that be better?
#8
If it were me, i'd run your distortion in front of the amp, and keep your ME70 in your fx loop for stuff like delay/chorus/vol.
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#9
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In my experience, running distortion over a multi fx'd signal results in a mind numbing buzz where you can't make anything out except the sounds of a simultaneously dying and vomiting cat.


This, I have a Dist-X and used to have a Korg multi-effects, running them together sounded like that even with the mmulti-effects's noise gate on.

Try a multi-effects like the Damage Control Glass Nexus, or some TC-Electronics one, might sound better, but individual effects will porbably be the best way to go.