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Hi I'm hoping somebody can help me. I have an acoustic guitar with 2 separate outputs one is the K&K pure mini pick up the other is the preamp on the guitar. I want to use 2 separate inputs on my HX Stomp that come out 2 separate outputs so I can put them into my mixing board and mix the left and right channels together however I see fit. I can't seem to do it. People just tell me what to do and when I do what they say  but it either doesn't work or the channels are reversed and it's becoming a real headache trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong. Does anyone just have a preset they can send me that has 2 independent channels a left and right input so when II can EQ and effect them independently. I have cables clearly labeled It shouldn't be so difficult but something is wrong. In split Y the channels come out reversed and in Split A/B when I pan A left and B Right nothing comes out the B side. So there is something wrong with how I have this setup. Attached.

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Gerry C

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Hi Gerry, is Francesco here from Italy. I'm interested to buy one HX stomp for my acoustic guitar. I use a stereo Y cable (with an octaver on one channel). I would like to use the stomp like a dual mono channels. In one channel use tipical guitar pedals: preamp, eq, compression, reverb, on the octaver channel only compression and cabinet sim. 
Could yo utile me if I can do it?

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