#1
ok, so i would try this out myself, but my amps at my mates house (where i do band practice)

and, also id like to check this before i buy my mates little big muff off him for £15

so, the stompboxes i have are: Tuner, behringer chorus (soon replaced by a boss chorus, just need the moneys) and hopefully, big muff


would it stop my loss off bass if i set it up like this;


basically; after the tuner, split the signal, one running through effects, the other dry, and then using another cable splitter at the amp input and putting both signals into the amp.

so, would it work

thanks in advance, and if you cant understand it because ive put it in a **** way, i do apologise
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#2
... that'd be a bit of a strange mix because;
a. the effects signal would need to be loud enough to be heard
b. if the effects signal was loud enough to be heard, the dry signal would be very minimal in the overall tone.

it may be useful for when you are wanting to use distortion, as low end isn't as clear sometimes. with this said, i think its a matter of fixing up your EQ settings on your amp, or if you're antzy and can't quite get that tone, purchase an EQ pedal.
#3
ahkay, thanks for the reply
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#4
Get an A/B box like this...http://www.dv247.com/invt/35009/product.htm?gdftrk=gdfV2356_a_7c416_a_7c1181_a_7c35009

Then run it:
Big Muff-->A input on A/B
Everything else-->B input on A/B Then run the A&B signals into your amp.
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#5
interesting... cheers
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