#1
As the title says. When I use my RC-300 to loop multiple tracks, it always end up sounding very mushy. Why is that? Three different tracks is enough to make it mushy.

I'm using a Hot Rod DeVille 212.
#2
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Why is that?
Too much bass and less-than-perfect playing.

Thing is there's not a way of solving the issue without an eq before the looper.
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#3
The bass could be the problem. And I don't deny that I don't play perfectly either.

What about using the looper in the effects loop? What exactly would it differ?
#4
The fx loop is the best place to put a looper, that'll probably help you out quite a bit
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#5
^ oow yeah I didn't think of that.

That way you could cut the bass at will by turning the bass knob down on the amp.
That would be an eq before the looper, but I didn't really think of it that way, sorry.
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#6
Also, keep the gain down a little bit lower than you normally would have it set.

And if you use the dirt channel on a Hot Rod Deville, its gonna sound like ass anyway.
Use a dirt pedal on the clean channel if you want dirt.
#7
Yeah I'm using the Klone V2. Love it.

And thank you all for the advice. I will try them out!