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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-10-2013, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
 
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"Improve the tone of your multi-effects". What's this guy selling?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Improve-th...item19d80aab2a

Any thoughts or is he just going to say "read the manual"?
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-10-2013, 07:04 PM
 
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Improve-th...item19d80aab2a

Any thoughts or is he just going to say "read the manual"?
i was thinking 4 cable ethod but he said no extra cables.
my guess is setting for amp front and turning off sepaker and power amp sims.
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100% they will refer to 4 cable method... not worth spending a cent on..
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Re: "Improve the tone of your multi-effects". What's this guy selling?

Well, not all modelers can do the 4CM. He's probably going to suggest using Line/Phones as the output because of the cab sims.

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nah. i got it.
he is sending output of device into effectsloop return as to make the power amp a slave only.bypassing the preamp section of the amp.
like this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOiMugFQzI0
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Re: "Improve the tone of your multi-effects". What's this guy selling?

Here's some free advice... ditch the guitar amp and run it through a PA and eliminate all the hassles....

If you really love your amp's distortion though, using the effects return works great for using a modeler's effects...

Try plugging your modeler into a high end stereo system and do some tweeking... I guarantee you'll love it.
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Here's some free advice... ditch the guitar amp and run it through a PA and eliminate all the hassles....

If you really love your amp's distortion though, using the effects return works great for using a modeler's effects...

Try plugging your modeler into a high end stereo system and do some tweeking... I guarantee you'll love it.
I use frfr monitors in stereo for mine which is the best and same sound as a p.a.
but this thread is not about that.
bump^^^ to previous statement by me.
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I use frfr monitors in stereo for mine which is the best and same sound as a p.a.
but this thread is not about that.
bump^^^ to previous statement by me.
So does "nah I got it" mean you bought it or you're guessing like everyone else... Or is this thread not about that either?
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So does "nah I got it" mean you bought it or you're guessing like everyone else... Or is this thread not about that either?
no means u suck.and have no life but crashing threads.
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no means u suck.and have no life but crashing threads.
I wasn't crashing the thread I was guessing just like you. Sorry I ran into you on a PMS day though.

I didn't realize making guesses about a GD ebay auction was such F'ing serious business for you... go clean the sand out of your vag man, you're usually not such a dick on here and your posts are generally great. Try a sense of humor bro
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Here's some free advice... ditch the guitar amp and run it through a PA and eliminate all the hassles....

If you really love your amp's distortion though, using the effects return works great for using a modeler's effects...

Try plugging your modeler into a high end stereo system and do some tweeking... I guarantee you'll love it.
also that wont even work
if you hook it to effects return only then you get no sound except modeler and not amps distortion. thats the point. when you only run output of device into return you get nothing but signal od unit being amplified but powertubes only.

im not being mean i just hate people being a smarty pants comments. just this one.
Here's some free advice... ditch the guitar amp and run it through a PA and eliminate all the hassles....
if you read the thread b4 you comment it wouldnt be bad.

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also that wont even work
if you hook it to effects return only then you get no sound except modeler and not amps distortion. thats the point. when you only run output of device into return you get nothing but signal od unit being amplified but powertubes only.

im not being mean i just hate people being a smarty pants comments. just this one.
Here's some free advice... ditch the guitar amp and run it through a PA and eliminate all the hassles....
if you read the thread b4 you comment it wouldnt be bad.
The free advice was referencing the fact that the guy was selling the information man... not being a smartass?

Yes I should have been more specific, I didn't mean only using the effects return. I was taking about plugging the guitar into the front end of the amp and running the modeler through the effects send/return of the amp for its effects only...
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The free advice was referencing the fact that the guy was selling the information man... not being a smartass?

Yes I should have been more specific, I didn't mean only using the effects return. I was taking about plugging the guitar into the front end of the amp and running the modeler through the effects send/return of the amp for its effects only...
cool then i still love you man.
there is a tornado coming right for my town right now. sylacauga alabama.
let you guys know if i survived going under stairs now.
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cool then i still love you man.
there is a tornado coming right for my town right now. sylacauga alabama.
let you guys know if i survived going under stairs now.
Oh $hit man good luck.... save all those beautiful swirls down there while your at it!!!
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