#1
if i loop a riff on one amp, can i switch amps and start playing overtop, while keeping the looped riff on the first amp? or it will it play the looped riff through the amp i switched too? both are tube combos.

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#2
If you put the looper in the FX loop for the first amp, I think it'll keep playing through that one.

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#3
im not sure. it you had the looper pedal after the a/b/y pedal, lke say so that its only connected to the "A" amp, then i would think so, but im not sure
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#4
It depends where you put the looper and switch, as long as you put the looper after the A/B box and make sure it's in front of the amp you want to play the loop it should be ok for you to switch to the other amp.
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#5
................>looper>amp a
guitar>a/b
................>amp b

so amp a gets the rythm and you solo with amp b
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#6
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................>looper>amp a
guitar>a/b
................>amp b

so amp a gets the rythm and you solo with amp b



thank you!

...except it'll be more like amp A loops the riff, and i do feedback volume swells with amp B

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