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Hi everyone, I've been using a processor for a while now (9 years), and while it still performs remarkably well in many respects, it's beginning to show its age. I'm aware that some people have moved on to using cab sims, but I've decided to take a different route. I've been charmed by a particular tube amp sound in my processor, and it led me to purchase an Orange AD30HTC. Now, I'm curious about the possibilities of integrating my new tube amp with the processor, and I have a few questions: Is it possible to include the amp in the processor's loop chain if it outputs at 8 or 16 Ohms and 30 Watts? Can the amp's output be used as a line-in for the processor or directly for the guitar without damaging it? Can the processor's output be used as an input to the amp? (This seems likely, but I'd like confirmation.) Is it feasible to use the processor's screamer, distortion, and reverb effects with a USB output, or will this setup not achieve high-quality linear-USB sound? What about adding a cab sim into the mix with Amp? I'm simply looking to record high-quality tube sounds on my computer, not for live performances. Any advice or experiences you've had with combining real amp heads with processors would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
I'm currently running my Helix in the return of my old combo amp for practicing with my band but i want to get a new good cabinet fo practice and play small gigs where i don't have a PA system, i'm thinking about getting an Orange Ppc 112 since i think a 112 is loud enough for what i need, so i need a power amp, i looked up the Seymour Duncan Power Stage 170 but my question is: the Orange cab has a power hadling of 60w, would i risk damaging the cab if run it with the 170w power stage? If so, what power amp would you recommend ?