Currently Being ModeratedOct 9, 2009 2:19 AM (in response to willthefirst)Re: Effects looping trouble
The best way to wire up your system is to have your stomp effects and wah before the Fender preamp and delay, modulation and reverb effects after.
To achieve this, use the 4 cable method.
Guitar -> POD guitar in -> POD loop send -> Amp guitar input -> Amp preamp out -> POD loop return - POD output -> Amp power amp input
Give that a go. Now your distortion and wah will be in front of the Fender's tone stack and the modulation, delay and reverb will be after.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 26, 2009 7:29 PM (in response to Crusty_Old_Rocker)Re: Effects looping trouble
crusty i am doing this right now, but it still isnt processing the amp tube sound. at least it doesnt sound like it, you definetly can here that there is a lack of wrmth compared to when the guitar goes straight into the amp. is there some preset that i need to enable? i have the fx loop set to pre, and no other setting are on, so theoretically this should give me the same sound as if i were to go guitar>amp
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2010 5:42 AM (in response to willthefirst)Re: Effects looping trouble
Came across your post when asking a question about how to split effects between post and pre-amp stages of a valve amp myself!
I think I know why your problem might be arising, it could be down to an impedance mismatch, (see my post at http://line6.com/community/message/129125). Hopefully we'll both get some answers from the gurus out there.
PS - Sorry my post wasn't in time for your gig - hope it went well nonetheless!