#1
Guitar > pedals > H&K Tubemeister then send the signal to the Cabinet
and use the built in Redbox to send the signal to a Combo Amp Set clean with Delay/Verb


Is this a good idea?
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#2
That is a pretty damn funny idea.

I like funny ideas up until they get realized, then they tend not to sound good to me in practice, though they're indeed worth trying, every time.

Mind that the signal coming out of the XLR out will be at line level, and some amp inputs may not take that very well (fizzy mess in an option), so you may need a reamping box if your clean amp doesn't take line signals well.
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#4
Yeah.

Though that's hardly an issue.

Output signal level and impedance are more of a problem.
For example you may get no signal from the amp if you don't use a reamping box, but that depends on the amp.
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#5
give it a try, it may work well or it may suck. either way it will not hurt either amp to try it.
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