#1
with the vox ad50vt what would be the difference of just plugging the effects ffrom the guitar to the guitar output on the amp instead of putting them in the loop out lit in the back of the amp
#3
Only the 100 Watt has the FX Loop..besides the Gold Series Valvetronix's. You must be talking about a different jack I guess.
My Gear:

Guitars
Squier Affinity Stratocaster w/ SD Hot Rails (Bridge)
Yamaha F-310 Acoustic

Amps
Peavey Studio Pro 112
VOX AD50VT Valvetronix
Ross Fame Series Bass 50

Effects
BOSS DS-1 Distortion
BOSS DD-6 Digital Delay
#5
can some one answer the question?
Gear:
Mesa Boogie Tremoverb And Recto cab
Peavey 5150 and cab
Peavey classic 2 12
Agile Intercepor pro 7
Jackson soloist sls
Jackson RR3
Ibanez 7321
Washburn Dimebolt 333
#6
^Preference. Some sound good in the loop, some don't. Some are best in front. IMO, wah's, volumes, gain based (distortion, OD) are best in front. Time based effects are ok in the loop, things like delay, chorus, reverb, phasers and also Eq's. That's just my opinion.
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#7
Quote by JimPlaysGuitar
^Preference. Some sound good in the loop, some don't. Some are best in front. IMO, wah's, volumes, gain based (distortion, OD) are best in front. Time based effects are ok in the loop, things like delay, chorus, reverb, phasers and also Eq's. That's just my opinion.



yup i agree on that
Fender American Strat Deluxe 2006
PRS custom 24CE
Gibson LP custom custom white
Marshall Jcm900 Marshall cab
Mesa boogie Dual Recti with boogie cab
Vox ac30
#9
They sound good in the front too. But my opinion is that most of them go better after the preamp.
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