#2
Guitar -> Preamp Input -> Preamp Output -> Effects Loop Return

Put the processor in the preamps effects loop, if it has one.
#4
Quote by metalistight
Hook up a rack mount Preamp/Processer to a combo amp with an effects loop?


What unit, specifically?
Fender 60W Super-Sonic Head
Fender 2x12 Cabinet (Vintage 30s)
TC Electronics G Major
Boss Blues Driver BD-2 w/ Keeley mod
MXR 6 Band EQ
BB Preamp
TS-9
Jim Dunlop Crybaby Wah

American Fender Stratocaster
#5
Quote by metalistight
Could I put the Preamp Output into the amps Normal Input?


You could, but you'd be stacking preamps, which can get messy.
Fender 60W Super-Sonic Head
Fender 2x12 Cabinet (Vintage 30s)
TC Electronics G Major
Boss Blues Driver BD-2 w/ Keeley mod
MXR 6 Band EQ
BB Preamp
TS-9
Jim Dunlop Crybaby Wah

American Fender Stratocaster
#6
One preamp on top of another will sound muddy and undefined. Hook it up according to my previous post.
#8
You could, but then the preamp's signal would run through the amp's preamp, probably making it sound worse. So yes, it would probably be best do what Guitarmiester said.

Also, I believe that's not that great a preamp.
Quote by Lunchbox362
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#9
The Behringer V-Amp Pro is actually a very good preamp for that price. Some of the gainier amp models sound better than a Pod. I know a guy running a V-Amp Pro into a Mesa 2:90, sounds great.

If you do buy the V-Amp Pro, hook it up according to my original post.