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How can i use the stomp using one output to amp and another output to front of house and use just the amp on stage for monitoring 

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create your patch and make a path of the effected output signal to FOH (front of house/PA) and another path-within the same patch -to the FX Send with whatever effects /models or otherwise you want going to your amp. Read the manual. I know it explains it in the hookup guide section.

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Is it possible to do that with the 2 outputs insted of using de send of the hx? Im planing to use de fx loop of the stomp to connect other pedals.....

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47 minutes ago, Leonor17 said:

Is it possible to do that with the 2 outputs insted of using de send of the hx? Im planing to use de fx loop of the stomp to connect other pedals.....

 

Unfortunately, if you're using both FX loops for pedals then no, not really.

 

If you're going full mono then you can split the main outputs, but they'll have your amp modelling in them and often that sounds like garbage if you double it up on a regular amp. If your regular amp has an effects loop and can be a pretty solid clean amp you could try plugging the Stomp main out into the FX return and seeing if it sounds OK that way, but it's kind of a crap shoot. 

 

It can also depend on just what exactly your actual signal chain is. So, for example, if you have a pedal that will have two outputs and one of those, in your FX loop, comes before the amp modelling, you could plug that section into your amp and it might sound okay.  

 

So there are options, but it might require more devices than the Stomp itself. 

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Get an FRFR with XLR out for a stage monitor. Run the output from the Stomp to the FRFR and the out from the FRFR to the FOH.

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