#2
There should be a "send" jack, and a "return" jack.

All you do is take a cable from the "send jack" and put it into your pedal chain, then take a cable from your pedal chain and put it into the "return" jack...

Not that complicated..

Don't put your distortion pedals in the loop though.
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#5
You can put distortion and there but it might sound like blending a poopy milkshake. Usually wah, distortion, compression and some others go in front of your amp while delay, flange, chorus, phaser etc. go in the effects loop.
#6
Quote by greglecompte2
why cant u put the distortion pedals through?
and thanks


You can put distortion pedals in the loop, it's just not adviseable...

You'll wind up sending a signal that is already boosted by your preamp into your distortion pedals...

Distortion and OD pedals work and sound best when handling the the directly from the guitar or in the effects chain prior to the preamp.
Washburn D-12
Ibanez RG
Ibanez RG 7321
Epiphone Les Paul / EMG 81 85
Fender MIM Ash Stratocaster
Digitech Whammy
Small Stone Phaser
Boss SD-1-Modded
Boss MT-2-Modded
Boss CE-5
Boss DD-3-Modded
ISP Decimator
B-52 AT-212
#7
ok thanks alott so all i shuld put to it is my delay and equalizer and not my metalzone or compressor
#11
Guitar Chain
guitar output-wah-distortion-overdrive-input on amp

Effects loop chain
effects out-input on chorus-chorus output to eq input- eq output to fx input

Hope that helps...