#1
basically guys, i bought a mesa boogie dual rectifier, and i dont have a clue what slave out does... ive read a little about them and it seems that they a similar thing to line out, but i can i plug a lead into slave out, and then into the input of my 8track recorder? or will this compromise my house by catching fire??

also, i tried putting a digitech rp7 valve into the effects loop, but it made the amp sound like a BB Blaster. am i doing something wrong? i connected it all up to loop in and out and it seemed like it should have worked.

Any help would be fantastic, cheers
#2
um no idea read manual!, other wise buy an orange
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#3
if you dont use a dummy load if you are slaving it to a mixer or some **** your xfmr will get owned
#4
i bought it second hand and it doesnt have a manual.

Hmm... too late to buy an orange now... besides, i dont think they as good.
Gear:

Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Fender Telecaster USA
Epiphone Les Paul
Epiphone Sheraton
Jackson KE3 Kelly Pro
Boss Super Chorus
Boss Super Overdrive
MXR Carbon Copy
Morley Pro Series Wah/Volume/Distortion
t.bone wireless system.
#5
instead of using a dummy load, cant i just keep the cab plugged in?
Gear:

Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Fender Telecaster USA
Epiphone Les Paul
Epiphone Sheraton
Jackson KE3 Kelly Pro
Boss Super Chorus
Boss Super Overdrive
MXR Carbon Copy
Morley Pro Series Wah/Volume/Distortion
t.bone wireless system.
#7
hmm. cheers anyway
Gear:

Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Fender Telecaster USA
Epiphone Les Paul
Epiphone Sheraton
Jackson KE3 Kelly Pro
Boss Super Chorus
Boss Super Overdrive
MXR Carbon Copy
Morley Pro Series Wah/Volume/Distortion
t.bone wireless system.