#1
I've been fiddling about with my Mesa Lonestar and today finally decided to try the effects loop out. I noticed the overall sound was better but the volume dipped a little.

To anybody who has experience with this amp and it's effect loop, is this a good way to run it? Also, in this setup will it have enough stage volume for live gigs?
#2
AFAIK the Lonestar is a 30/50/100 watt tube amp, unless im very much mistaken.
30W tube= enough decibels to make your testicles fall off.
EDIT: Its 10/50/100.
Enough volume to cause mass extinction then.
Last edited by GS LEAD 5 at Mar 16, 2011,
#3
Bypassing the effects loop bypasses the master output, however you can still turn up the volume using the individual channel masters.
#4
Hmm... what did you have in the loop? If you had a pedal with a level adjustment, you may have to bump it up a bit so the levels match, or you'll see a volume drop when you turn the loop on.

Is it a series or parallel loop? (if parallel it will have a wet/dry mix knob)

The lone star should have enough volume to play anywhere, ever.

EDIT: were you bypassing the loop, or turning it on?
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