#1
To get an FX loop installed into a Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker Amp


If so, then does anyone know anyone that might be able to do it
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#2
I can do it. Not easy, not too remarkably hard though given other mods that can be done.
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#3
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I can do it. Not easy, not too remarkably hard though given other mods that can be done.

Do you have a website or some way to contact you? I'm planning on trading my amp with someone, but they're holding back because they say this amp would be perfect except it does not have an effects loop. Also, how much would the mod be?
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#5
E-mailed you. I'm junnage (at) gmail (dot) com
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#6
Quote by Junnage
To get an FX loop installed into a Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker Amp
possible? yeah. but not all that useful on an amp like the 1962 without a master volume control.

If you wanted to put it just before one of the channel volumes and do A/B switching to the inputs, it only gives you one stage of gain before the loop. Put it later, and your only volume controls are before the loop.
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possible? yeah. but not all that useful on an amp like the 1962 without a master volume control.

If you wanted to put it just before one of the channel volumes and do A/B switching to the inputs, it only gives you one stage of gain before the loop. Put it later, and your only volume controls are before the loop.

I am just getting the information for one of my potential traders for my amp, who was curious if it was possible to get an FX loop on this amp.
My Gear:
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Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 in Charcoal Burst

Amps:
ENGL Powerball I V2

Pedals:
Ibanez Jemini
Vintage '70s Thomas Organ Crybaby Wah
Boss DD-6
#8
Quote by SomeoneYouKnew
possible? yeah. but not all that useful on an amp like the 1962 without a master volume control.

If you wanted to put it just before one of the channel volumes and do A/B switching to the inputs, it only gives you one stage of gain before the loop. Put it later, and your only volume controls are before the loop.


The other option that makes it cake is to do it series, but some people don't like that...

Or, just add a MV to the amp...
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