#1
Why aren't you supposed to put distortion pedals in your effects loop? I know it'll screw up your amp, but why? And don't give me some smartass answer like "Because God hates you."
#3
technically? I have no idea

But i did put my DS-1 in the effects loop of my Vox AD60VT and it almost acted like a clean boost, just distorting the signal slightly

basically it has less of an effect on your sound, and if there is a god how do you know he doesnt hate you?

and me for that matter...
#4
Yeah, it's nearly impossible to mess up an amp with effects. It's just that some sound better in different parts of your chain.
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#5
^Unless you throw them at the amp....

And yea, it'll have less of an overall effect on the sound in the loop, try it?
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#6
Huh. Cos every distortion I've seen has a little warning in the box saying not to put it in the effects loop.
#7
well, the whole point of a distortion pedal is to boost and/or distort the signal going into the preamp. And the fx loop is post-pre-amp. so it's kind of defeating the purpose.

as far as I know. I think it's close enough, anyway.
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