#1
Should I put it into the full loop , send return or just into the return if I want to get the most tubey sound
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#2
Quote by toshiyap
Should I put it into the full loop , send return or just into the return if I want to get the most tubey sound

Its not about sound... If you don't put it in the loop it won't work. You need to go:
guitar > amp > effects send > multifx > effects return > speaker cab

If you just go:
guitar > multifx > effects return > speaker cab

Then you aren't using the pre-amp.
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#3
But I do want the signal to go throught the preamp
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Digtech GNX3
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#4
Then you'd put it through the full loop.
Guitar -> Amp Input -> Send -> Multi-Fx -> Return -> Speaker Cab

Also, on the multi-fx, you're probably going to want to disable the distortion presets, as it can cause some scary sounds out of your amp.

I just configured mine to work with my amp. I had to disable all the distortion and I didn't bother with EQ settings on the pedal at all. I use it now for effects only, otherwise it seems like it's getting overloaded (all I heard were high shrieks and squeals and occasional pops, but ONLY when the multi-fx was on).
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#5
Return to speaker cab? So I use a speaker cable for that?
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#6
It's called the 4 cable method...


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#7
Currently I go guitar> guitar input of mfx> left out to send right out to return
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Digtech GNX3
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#8
Your GNX3 doesn't have an effects loop (according to manual online).
So your best bet is to connect as such..

Guitar > AMPIN > AMPSEND > GNX3IN > GNX3LEFTOUT > AMPRETURN

AND, turn OFF the amp modelling in the GNX3, use only the amps natural overdrive


OR, you could go this way

GUITAR > GNX3IN > GNX3LEFTOUT > AMPRETURN

AND, use the amp modelling with overdrive distortion from the GNX3
Keep the amp on the clean channel with no distortion/overdrive.
Note, with this mode, I don't think your amp will have any control over the volume, the volume will be controlled by the GNX3 (I may be wrong on this point)..

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2001 MIM Standard Strat
Peavey Classic 30 112 Combo.
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#9
Quote by jonmo1
Your GNX3 doesn't have an effects loop (according to manual online).
So your best bet is to connect as such..

Guitar > AMPIN > AMPSEND > GNX3IN > GNX3LEFTOUT > AMPRETURN

AND, turn OFF the amp modelling in the GNX3, use only the amps natural overdrive


OR, you could go this way

GUITAR > GNX3IN > GNX3LEFTOUT > AMPRETURN

AND, use the amp modelling with overdrive distortion from the GNX3
Keep the amp on the clean channel with no distortion/overdrive.
Note, with this mode, I don't think your amp will have any control over the volume, the volume will be controlled by the GNX3 (I may be wrong on this point)..


The first one doesn't work, I have to plug the guitar in the guitar input, going into the amp input doesn't produce any sound. Am currently using the 2nd method, which does work. Guess thats the best option.
Ibanez 2570
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