#1
I have a digitech rp300r Multiple effects pedal. I have a 75 watt randall amp which it works fine on. But I have a 10 watt Ibanez practice amp and it doesn't seem to work on that? My theory is that it is because of the wattage and/or volume levels. If anyone has this it would be helpful to know what you think the problem is. If you don't help would still be appreciated. Thanks
My Rig:
Amp:Randall RG75DG3 75 watt
Guitar: Maroon Fender Stratocaster, Mexican made
Pedal: GCB-95F Classic Wah Pedal
Pedal: Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
Pedal: DOD VFX66 Flashback Fuzz Pedal
Pedal: Digitech rp300r Multi-Effects Pedal
#2
Not sure if it'll help, but i know that with mine i turn the amp all the way up and then play with the pedals settings. Just curious, are you running it straight from guitar to pedal to input? Or another set up?
#3
I fixed that problem, but I have another one. It doesn't turn off. Well, the only way I can turn it off is by unplugging it. There is no button that says off. I want to be able to play using it and my other effects at the same time and I can't seem to do that. If anyone has any solutions or any suggestions that would be helpful.
My Rig:
Amp:Randall RG75DG3 75 watt
Guitar: Maroon Fender Stratocaster, Mexican made
Pedal: GCB-95F Classic Wah Pedal
Pedal: Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
Pedal: DOD VFX66 Flashback Fuzz Pedal
Pedal: Digitech rp300r Multi-Effects Pedal
#4
Shouldn't there be a bypass by stepping on both footswitches at once?
Guitars:
Gibson SG Standard (Cherry finish)
Ibanez JS1000 (Black Pearl finish)

Effects:
Zoom G2.1u

Amp:
Bugera 333XL Head (Coming Soon)
Avatar G212H Special (Coming Soon)
Crate FW15R