#1
I have a Laney LC30 and a fair few pedals. I've tried numerous times to put some of my pedals into my amps FX loop so the signal from my guitar to my amp isn't too 'mangled' I suppose.

However, whenever I do it, the tone always degrades and I find the pedals sound much stronger in front of the amp.

I'm aware that a lot of valve amps in a similar price range have crap FX loops, but is there any way to solve the problem? Or is a new amp the only way to go?
#2
If they sound better in front just leave them there. There's no rule that says effects have to go in the fx loop.
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#3
^ that's what i'd do to be honest.
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