#1
I have a Carvin BelAir 212 and a Boss GT-10. I was wondering what would be the best way to hook these up, to get the highest quality sound. Thanks.
#2
Plug it in?

Really, I don't understand the question. If you mean use the effect loops or the frontend only you can find out.
#5
If you want to bypass the belair's preamp and just use the gt-10's, plug the gt-10's output into the "power amp in" on the amp and plug the guitar straight into the gt-10. If you want to use the carvin's preamp, you can run the gt-10 as a dedicated effects processor in the belair's preamp. Do this by plugging straight into the Belair, and run a cable from the "preamp out" jack into the input of the gt-10, then run another cable from the gt-10's output into the "poweramp in" jack on the belair.


*edit*
There's also a technique known as the "4 cable method" that is yet another option. Here is a guide that will explain/demonstrate how to do it.
http://www.xycl.de/en/guitar-effects/boss-gt/4-cable-method.html
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Last edited by mogar at Jun 5, 2008,