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About joshfass

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  1. @voxman55 I figured it out!!! and this rig is AWESOME!!! Guitar > Trio+ (Guitar In) Trio+ (FX Send) > Pod Go (Guitar In) Pod Go (Main Out - Mono or Amp Out) > Trio+ (FX Return) Trio+ (Amp Out) > Amp Additional notes: I run the bass and drums through the Trio+ Mixer Out to a small 2nd amp. It keeps those sounds clean and unaffected by the Pod Go tones. This also ensures that the Trio+ effects are turned off, so they don't interfere with the guitar tone. I had tried to run the Trio+ in the Pod Go FX loop, but it doesn't work nearly as well Trio+ "learns" better with the dry signal from the guitar. I found it a bit too "toe tappy" to have to have to select "mono FX loop" on the Pod Go, in order to bring the Trio+ into the loop. 85% of my playing time is at home, and given that I have a Fender Deluxe Reverb '68 Reissue, it is way too loud to play with the volume where it really "sings", so I play through headphones plugged into the Trio+ Get the audio-technica ATH-M50x headphones - Amazing "cans" for $150 SO SO SO much fun!!! Let me know if this works for you! ROCK ON! - Josh
  2. Greetings friends, I just took delivery of my POD Go. Super excited to explore and create, but I have a problem with how to integrate with my Digitech Trio+ (plus) Looper. There is a lot of great information for connecting with the Helix, but not yet anything for POD Go. Guitar signal is supposed to go straight from guitar into Trio+. Trio+ has FX send and FX return. Can anybody provide the right routing, inclusive of Trio+, POD Go, and Amp (Fender Deluxe Reverb '68 Reissue). Thanks so much, Josh
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