Currently Being ModeratedJul 6, 2011 11:16 AM (in response to horbag)Re: RE: use m13 with external stomp boxes in the 4 cable method
External pedal effects can physically be placed anywhere in the signal flow, really. The limitation would be the number of physical patch cables you have available to use.
You could put a pedal in between your instrument and the input to the M13. You could put some pedals between the Effect Send of the M13 and the Amp's input jack. You could put an effect in the Amp's Effect Send output into the Effects Return of the M13. And lastly, effects could go in between the Out of the M13 back to the Amp's Effect Return jack. The quality of how your effected signal sounds to you, however is going to be subjective and subject to the interaction of all these hypothetical devices on your sound. You'll definitely have to experiment to find what works best for you.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 6, 2011 11:30 AM (in response to Kneehow)Re: RE: use m13 with external stomp boxes in the 4 cable method
i kinda get it but what i mean is how to put an effects pedal in the effects loop while having the m13 connected via 4 cable mode ie my micro pog.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2011 11:54 AM (in response to horbag)RE: use m13 with external stomp boxes in the 4 cable method via the effects loop
You will need to hold the looper controls button to access the setup menu. Within FX 3 display you will see a parameter for FX LP. You can use the right most lower knob to control at which point the in M13 signal flow the effects loops is placed. you will need to connect the stomp box to FX send from the M13 and then connect that to the input of your amp, or you could connect it from the effects send of your amp and then into the effects return on the M13.