Fx Loop
kaznie_NL
Dec 9 2010, 09:11 PM
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Hey guys!

I was wondering... I know the reason for using an FX loop, I guess. I mean, it's to make sure you get a delay after the preamp's distortion for instance, isn't it? Now I wondered, I have a nice Fender reverb pedal. If I need to play on an amp without an FX loop, how can I make sure it still sounds? I also sometimes use a DS-1, can I use that without fx loop as well?

Kaz

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Ivan Milenkovic
Dec 12 2010, 12:55 AM
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It has one, it's in the front, those two jacks on the left upper side:



one says IN, other OUT, something like preamp out (send), poweramp in (return).

Plug the input of a reverb preamp out, and output of a reverb into poweramp in. It should work.

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