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How to Connect Pod Hd Pro on Loop FX
by saluor2 on 2012-02-08 00:16:46
Hi Everyone...

Weeks ago I bought a Pod Hd Pro and I was working hard to connect it correctly with my amplifier.

I have a Mesa Boogie Mark V, so, I'm gonna use ONLY the EFECTS from Pod Hd Pro , and I decide to put it on FX Loops of the amplifier.

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This is the Mesa Boogie Mark V Loop connections.

So, Wich connections do you think I should use to a correctly and get the best sound to my Pod Hd??

I mean, how to connect the hd pro on the loops efects of the Mark V, I don't think I gonna need the 4 connection cables 'cos I'm gonna only use the effects.

Thanks and excuse my english, My native language is spanish!!



Re: How to Connect Pod Hd Pro on Loop FX
by gregr on 2012-02-08 00:28:09

You will need four connection cables if you want to put effects between your guitar and the input on the front of your Mark V (wah, distortion, overdrive) as well as put them in the Mark V's effects loop (delay, reverb, modulation).

Have a look at this post by me from a while back, hopefully it will answer your other questions:

http://line6.com/support/message/304021#304021

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Here'sa very useful guide on 4CM:

http://line6.com/support/docs/DOC-2504

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Re: How to Connect Pod Hd Pro on Loop FX
by Line6david on 2012-02-13 14:55:05

+1 to gregr,

If you want to use the 4 Cable Method those documents should explain the process. This method would be best if you want to use the Mesa's preamp distortion with the HD500.

Thanks,

David

Line 6 Customer Support




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