#1
would it be ok to run a distortion + into a clean amp model on a pod? then to a PA?
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#2
Yeha it'd be fine. It just won't sound that good.
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#3
ive heard of people doing it with success, i just didnt wanna blow anything up!
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#4
yes you could do that, or you could use one of the distortion channels on the pod and get a much better sound.
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#6
the distortions on the pod are a little fuzzy when you really crank it, my buddy has a dist+ hes willing to part with for free. so i thought id try it possibly for a bit of extra dirt
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#8
what you want to do will work fine from a technical standpoint. i use other predals including distortion through my POD for recording and it works fine . that MXR pedal though won't deliver a very good sound at all so i'd try a different one that is more flexible.
#9
thanks guys. im getting decent sound out of my pod, just wanted to switch it up. no harm in trying a free pedal
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus