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Hey guys. I've got a Line 6 M13 that I'm trying to sell. It's updated to the newest firmware with over 100 FX and sounds EXCELLENT! There is velcro on the bottom of it for where it was attached to a pedalboard. It is in very good shape. Comes with power cable and box. I'm asking $350.

If you have any questions, let me know.
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#3
I have a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier that has a parallel FX loop and the M13 won't work properly in a parallel FX loop. It has to be a Series FX loop
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Quote by mrb1946
I have a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier that has a parallel FX loop and the M13 won't work properly in a parallel FX loop. It has to be a Series FX loop



Our other guitarist has the Triple Recto, what exactly is te problem with parallel FX Loop. I know he hasn't mentioned any problems with his. Just curious so I can let him know that something may be up with it.


Also, any consideration on a Boss GT 10?

Does it work basically like a Pod, ie can you use the distortion etc for jamming and stuff?
#5
Quote by suffersystem
Our other guitarist has the Triple Recto, what exactly is te problem with parallel FX Loop. I know he hasn't mentioned any problems with his. Just curious so I can let him know that something may be up with it.


Also, any consideration on a Boss GT 10?

Does it work basically like a Pod, ie can you use the distortion etc for jamming and stuff?

Well with a parallel loop there's something about when the dry signal leaves the loop and into the M13 then out the M13 and back into the loop that the dry signal will mix with the wet signal and cause phase issues. It can be helped, but not fixed, by turning the return mix knob on the back of the recto to 100% but this doesn't solve the problem entirely. From what I understand, this doesn't happen with all stompboxes. I know a lot of guys use some TC Electronics gear with the Rectifier and have no problems.

Yeah, I've not played a GT-10 but I hear it sounds decent. It is pretty much a POD though, just by Boss
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