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  1. This is what I was wondering about, thanks for helping me out! It sounds like an awesome idea but I just realized that my amp (Fender Princeton) doesn't have an effects loop so all of this option wouldn't work with my current setup but I'm still interested in the Hx Stomp + powered cabinet combo since seems like it's got a convincing tube sound without some of the pain-in-the-lollipop maintenance of a tube amp.
  2. So are you using the 4 cable method to run the amp emulation on the Hx Stomp before the power amp/speaker?
  3. thank you cruisinon2 and kilrahi, your replies answered a lot of questions for me. This makes me wonder. is it pointless to use the amp emulation if you're running the Helix Stomp straight into a traditional amp?
  4. Hi all, I'm new here, so thanks for taking the time to read and respond to my question. I'm interested in getting an Hx Stomp for both the effects and the amp sims but I'm curious if it's possible to use an external speaker cabinet that isn't the Powercab. I'm wondering if I'd be able to run this signal flow: guitar > hx stomp with amp sim (no impulse response) > external speaker. I don't own an Hx Stomp so I'm not sure if you have control over something like 4, 8 or 16 ohms output from the pedal to match the impedance of a cabinet. If this isn't a possibility, are there any potential work arounds (something like a DI box that would convert the signal from the hx stomp to match the impedance of a cabinet)? Sorry if any of this is confusing, I'm just wondering if there's an alternative to the Powercab. Thanks for your help!!
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