#1
So how would i go about using the amp's distortion on a peavey 6505+, then cutting to clean while switching on reverb and chorus without having to step on multiple pedals at the same time?

im doing vocals and guitar in my band and stepping on two pedals is too difficult to do while singing, even when i put them next to eachother, I miss one or mess up.
#3
I don't think the A/B box would work, as that's mostly for switching between amplifiers... I think you'll have to just practice it a lot until you can switch cleanly between the two. Only way you could really do it would be to get a MIDI board and program it in
#5
Oh, sup Bijan.

Yeah, that's basically your only options, 2 amps and an A/B box, or MIDI switching.
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#6
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Oh, sup Bijan.

Yeah, that's basically your only options, 2 amps and an A/B box, or MIDI switching.


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