#1
This is a simple question but I don't know if there is a catch to this or not.

Basically my combo's volume dial is incremental, not continuous, which is displayed by LEDs that light up individually in a circle around the knob. Now in some environments I need a balance somewhere between LEDs, that goldilocks zone. Going to either LED is too much or too little. However if I can't get it with my combo, can I get it with a volume pedal?

I would use my Boss LS-2 but when I split out A+B/Y for 2 amps, the pedal's volume controls shut off (purposely according to the manual) so I can't use that volume knob. Then we have my guitar volume knob, but its going through the A+B/Y so the volume effects both channels.

Is it a case of just sticking a volume pedal between by combo after the LS-2? If so, what pedal is good for this sort of thing?

Or is there a way I can setup my LS-2 so that it goes to both amps and I can still use the volume knobs?
Dean MAB1. Epiphone Annihilation V. EVH 5150III. Orange PPC112. Earthquaker devices - The Warden, Arrows, Acapulco Gold, Levitation, Night Wire. TS9, DD3, GE7, NS2, LS2, Polytune mini, Small Stone. SM57. Focusrite. LINUX!
Last edited by Deermonic at May 13, 2015,
#2
Okay solved this.

I switched around the A and B outputs and have volume control through the second last setting - A+B mix bypass mode.
Dean MAB1. Epiphone Annihilation V. EVH 5150III. Orange PPC112. Earthquaker devices - The Warden, Arrows, Acapulco Gold, Levitation, Night Wire. TS9, DD3, GE7, NS2, LS2, Polytune mini, Small Stone. SM57. Focusrite. LINUX!