I've been searching the forums for an answer and can't quite seem to find what im looking for. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a guitar with a graphtech ghost piezo system installed. The 1/4" jack is a stereo jack.
I'm wanting to run one stereo guitar cable out to a Ernie Ball pan pedal.
One out of the pan pedal goes to the POD HD500. The other out goes to a Fishman Aura Spectrum pedal.
The out of the Fishman Aura pedal would go back into the HD500 mic input or into the AUX in...either one...the aura has a xlr out and a 1/4" out.
Wanting it this way so that I can pan back and forth between the mag and piezo sound, and have the outs of the HD500 go stereo into a Boss RC300 loopstation.
My problem is...Can i have 2 stereo paths for both the mag side and the piezo side?
So that either my nasty distorted tone, or my clean acoustic tone come out of BOTH Left and Right outs of the HD 500.
I really want both mag and piezo to be stereo. I know that most of the time the acoustic will be a "mono sound", but i may want to play with stereo FX on the piezo side.
I keep reading posts where people say to pan hard left and hard right to get two tones, but I want both of my tones to stay stereo.
So input 1 would go to one stereo path with it's own set of FX, and input 2 would go to it's own stereo path, with it's own FX, and the Ernie Ball Pan pedal to pan between the two inputs to get from one tone to another or a mix, in stereo.
hope that makes sense.