#1
Hi!

I have a Zoom 606 multi-effects unit, and I would like to say that I have become quite attached to it. I love the tones I am able to produce with it in such a small package, and I could take it both to a recording or to a gig.

But I also have a Peavey Bandit 112 amplifier that has an effects loop. My question is.. will my Zoom 606 work with the effects loop of the bandit, without incurring any damage? I've read that some pedals can sustain damage if used with the effects loop of some amplifiers. I've read the specs.. input level for the zoom is -20, but output for the bandit is at -10dBV.. I hope that doesn't mean I can't use my 606 with the bandit efx loop.

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!
#2
IMO, multi-effects go better in the loop. Try it, I don't think theres a lot that can go wrong.
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#3
wow lucky u, i got the bandit and the zoom 606, didnt work well through the fx loop, lots of noise and stuff, just run it through the front and ur fine
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