#1
I have a question about my 6505's effects loop. I run my RP1000 via 4 cable method and the volume pedal is set as a post-volume. With the volume pedal all the way down, some of the signal is still bleeding through through to the speakers. The volume pedal is calibrated. It's not loud, but annoying enough that I want to try and fix it.

When using amp sims into the effects return, the volume pedal will cut off all of the signal, no sound.

I am wondering if there is a way to fix this. Any help?

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Peavey 6505+ w/ Avatar 212 cab
Ibanez TS9, ISP Decimator, MXR 10 Band EQ
-Digitech RP1000
#3
Is the 6505's loop parellel or series? My Mesa's is parallel and the mix only goes to 90%. Which is dumb...
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#4
Quote by Tempoe
Does it do it when running with only 2 cables?

2 Cables where?


The effects loop is series btw.

Jackson RR3 Rhoads and DK2M Dinky
Peavey 6505+ w/ Avatar 212 cab
Ibanez TS9, ISP Decimator, MXR 10 Band EQ
-Digitech RP1000
#5
Can your RP switch the effects loop off? I think the problem is with your unit and not the amp.
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