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  1. I bought the voodoo labs current doubler adaptor and the line 6 2.1 -2.5 adaptor which Is running out of my strymon zuma into the stomp and the stomp won’t turn on , is there something I’m doing wrong? My other pedals are working fine with the zuma I tried a true tone l6 adaptor which converts 2.1 to 2.5 and still no power
  2. thanks for the help! Basically I don’t have enough free blocks to use 2 different amps and IRS, so I want to use my main amp which is the Revv D20 with the fender deluxe reverb and IR of the stomp for my second amp to create stereo so my el capistan runs stereo out in my big sky then when using the revv the left output of my bigsky goes into the revv. Then the right output of my bigsky returns to the hx stomp, then the left side of the stomp also goes to PA, so my delay and reverb are split across two amps creating a stereo sound I hope?
  3. Hey guys sorry I know this is a basic question but I can’t seem to find an answer in the manual, basically I have always played in mono and I’m now trying to get my head around stereo my signal chain is as follows Guitar > stomp > stomp send which goes > overdrive mono> delay stereo output > reverb stereo output > stereo return of stomp then I’m using just one amp and an IR 1)basically if I plug into a pa from the left and right output from the stomp after this even though I am only using one amp and IR will it retain the stereo spread of the delay and reverb? Or will it all be summed to mono 2) also if I use the amp model from the stomp as one output, then instead of returning one of my reverbs outputs into the stomp send I go directly into another actual amp, so that the stomp amp and ir don’t affect that amp so left output is stomp right output is amp will this create a stereo spread? Thanks again
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