#1
Hey.

I've had a thought and I'm wondering if I could do a set up like this (excuse the crude ms paint diagram).



I'm having a hard time putting this into words so hopefully the diagram will suffice.

EDIT: RC-50 is a loopstation. The bit where everything plugs in looks something like this:

Last edited by homeless-john at Sep 19, 2010,
#2
zomg at the diagram

what's an rc50?
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#4
Plug your penis into the input of cabinet #1. I had the same problem.
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#5
Why would you plug the amplified signal into an RC50? Why wouldn't you plug the guitar into the RC50 first and then into the splitter box and then to your two amplifiers.
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Why would you plug the amplified signal into an RC50? Why wouldn't you plug the guitar into the RC50 first and then into the splitter box and then to your two amplifiers.

So that I could record loops from one amp or the other or both.
#8
Record loops FROM the amp? What do you mean by that? I'm pretty sure you can't send the signal from an RC50 in more then one direction so if you record a loop its going out of the output no matter how many amps you send that to.

Edit: And pumping an amplified signal through a pedal sounds like a great way to damage gear to me.

Doubledit: Wait?? Is your goal to be able to use the tone of the two different amplifiers at your discretion when adding them to a loop? If so I am fairly sure that that is not possible with this setup.
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#9
Plug your guitar into the RC50, then plug the RC50 into the A/B/Y. Keep each amp on separate cabs.
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i think i know what you're trying to do. do it like this

guitar----> a/b/y box ----> to both amps ---> to those amp's cabs


then, plug the rc50 into the effects loops of those amps.
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