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  1. Happy Easter everyone and apologies if this has been asked a million times, I honestly cannot find the solution I'm looking for... My two favorite amp/cabs are the following: Clean - US Deluxe Vib Distorted - Cali Rectifier Since the Cali Rectifier is DSP intensive, I cannot put them both on Path 1, I must use Path 2 to use both amps. All I want to do is have a single footswitch switch between these two sounds, yet I cannot find a clean and simple way to do it. The best I've found so far is to split Path 1 (into 1A and 1B, which requires a pedal I don't need on 1B for the split) and send 1B to Path 2 (using the Path 1 split as an AB switch). Path 1 -----> AB Split ----> Clean Amp ----> Output Path 1B |-------> Useless Pedal ---> On to Path 2 Path 2 -----> Dirty Amp ------> Output Is there a very simple way to switch between Path 1 and Path 2 if they're completely parallel? Path 1 would be all my clean stuff and Path 2 would be all my dirty stuff. I feel like adding a useless pedal to Path 1B just to have it flow into Path 2 is more of a hack. Thanks!
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