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Variax - Firehawk FX - FRFR speaker and stompboxes

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Hi. I am the owner of an old Pod HD300 and I want to buy a Variax guitar with a Firehawk Fx and an little FRFR speaker. I have some pedals that I want to keep and my question is :

 

If the guitar is plugged to the Firehawk FX with VDI, my wah and distorsion pedals and other stompboxs must be plugged to the effect loops of the Firehawk FX and I must set the effect loop in front of the amp in the editor. Am I right ? 

 

Thanks for your suggestions

 

Fayce

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On 7/4/2019 at 6:47 AM, fayce5150 said:

Hi. I am the owner of an old Pod HD300 and I want to buy a Variax guitar with a Firehawk Fx and an little FRFR speaker. I have some pedals that I want to keep and my question is :

 

If the guitar is plugged to the Firehawk FX with VDI, my wah and distorsion pedals and other stompboxs must be plugged to the effect loops of the Firehawk FX and I must set the effect loop in front of the amp in the editor. Am I right ? 

 

Thanks for your suggestions

 

Fayce

 

Uh, no, you're not right.

 

You have LOTS of options. One, you can place your old pedals in front of OR after the Firehawk without even using its loop, OR a combination of the two.

 

You can also use the loop block within the Firehawk and place it AFTER the amp model, especially for pedals this tends to work best for (like delay).

 

OR you can mix and match all three options (before, in loop, after).

 

Lots of choices!

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