#1
Hello,

I just got a jam man stereo looper pedal and had a question about my effects.

Is there a way to record the effects coming from my amp head into the looper?

I understand that the input into the looper would need to come from the amp itself instead of directly from my guitar (like it is now, which is my problem).

I don't have any extra effect pedals, just the effects on the amp itself.
I made the input to the looper come from the heaphone output of the amp and that worked but i couldn't hear the loop sound for obvious reasons.

Do I just have to deal with this/ get external effects pedals, or is there a way to do what i'm asking with other cables?

Thanks alot!
#4
Quote by fly135
Without an fx loop on the amp, your options are limited.


Unless you run the effects all before the Looper.
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#5
Quote by LaidBack
Unless you run the effects all before the Looper.
All his fx are in the amp.
#6
Its a Vox AD120VTH head.

Sorry for the delay in response.

So im gathering that the answer is no if the effects are in the amp?

Thanks!
#8
Anyone using a boss looper for performances? Can you give me details of how you use it onstage?
#9
Quote by 667
Run it in your effects loop.

Effects loop send>Jamman in>Jamman out>Effects loop return.


What does this mean in terms of guitar, amp head, and looper?
#10
Look at the back of your amp and read the manual. The FX loop on the back is after the amps FX and before the power amp. That's where you want the looper.
#11
Quote by synchery
What does this mean in terms of guitar, amp head, and looper?


your guitar goes in the front as usual. on the back of the amp there should be a couple more inputs labeled FX send and return. The looper is going to be run through there as described previously