#1
I have an Ampeg B2R-E, and I just hooked up my BDDI into the power amp input in the back of the amp. Says I can do it in the manual. Quite honestly it sounds better than the actual amp itself. Anyways, how would I run the rest of my effects? I have a Boss ODB, a limiter/enhancer and a chorus. My predicament is my local sound guy doesn't DI the amp, only the bass and effects directly into the PA. He's a clown, but its the only place for live metal in my town. Anyone running the same setup?
#2
Simplest way:
Bass -> FX -> Sans amp
-XLR out to desk
-Jack out to amp

FX - If you want them through the PA + amp then you have to put them in front of the sans amp.
If however you want them to only go through the main (and use your cab as a "clean monitor") put them in the the PA path using appropriate converters if necessary (and perhaps a second DI if it's a long long way to the desk, which it's probably not)

NB there are probably better ways - but this is simple - which is a big bonus when you have little time to sound check.
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#3
So I can run all this to the Power Amp in section? This way the SansAmp is in control of everything?

EDIT: The soundguy won't use the SansAmp to the mixer. He uses his own piece crap. I would prefer to mic the cab, but he won't do that either lol
Last edited by kalimah! at Apr 18, 2011,
#4
the sansamp manual says to always connect the bass to the sansamp then have any other pedal/fx after it in the chain.

tbh that soundguy sounds like he knows absolutely nothing anyway....
My Setup:
Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass,
Fender USA Jazz Bass
Hartke LH1000,
Hartke Hydrive 410,
Sansamp BDDI,
Electro-harmonix Black Finger Compressor.
#5
Quote by jackers1234
the sansamp manual says to always connect the bass to the sansamp then have any other pedal/fx after it in the chain.

tbh that soundguy sounds like he knows absolutely nothing anyway....



Oh believe me, he doesn't.