#1
If you have an amp with an FX loop (for example lets say the marshall DSL50), and you also have a Line 6 POD, is is possible to just plug the output of the POD into the FX return of the amp, completely ignoring the preamp of the marshall? So its like Guitar -> POD -> FX return, with nothing connected to the preamp. Would this be okay? Would anything happen to the Marshall? Would there be anything i need to watch out for? I don't want any replies sayin "Wut... ditch teh marshall tonezorz 4 teh Line 6???!!!11" It's jst because I have some nice tones on my pod which i would like to be able to use live, and the versatility would be much greater than just the amp alone. Of course, for some songs I would just use the Marshall.
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Last edited by Miracle_Man at Mar 15, 2008,
#3
That will work perfectly fine. Plugging into the effects loop return will bypass the Marshall's preamp and utilize only the poweramp section. It won't harm anything.
#4
alright, thanks
What's the difference between a chickpea and a lentil?
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