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HX Stomp Outputs as dual mono


AndresBolivar1
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Hi! I have an HX Stomp and a bunch of pedals (Drives, Mod, Time, etc). I want to route the outputs so that an output sends the signal with the amp/cab sim to FOH and the other output sends a signal without the amp/cab sim to a real amp.

 

So, this is my signal chain:

 

GTR -> HX Stomp(Comp + Octave) -> FX Loop L (All my drives) - > HX Stomp (Amp/cab + Tremolo) -> FX Loop R (All my mod/delay/time-based pedals) -> HX Stomp (Reverb) -> OUT

 

If it's not clear enough, what I want to do is this:

 

GTR -> HX Stomp(Comp + Octave) -> FX Loop L (All my drives) ----------------------------------------------------------> FX Loop R (All my mod/delay/time-based pedals) -> OUT L (To Amp)

                                                                                                              º--> HX Stomp (Amp/cab + Tremolo) -----(Maybe here insert Loop R)--> HX Stomp (Reverb) -> OUT R (To FOH)

 

Basically what I'm trying to do is use both my amp and the signal with the amp sim in a live situation with 2 independent signals. Is it posible? Thank you in advance! 

 

A.B.

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14 hours ago, AndresBolivar1 said:

Is it posible?


You can't have three FX loops.

FX-R has to go either on path A or on path B. It can't go after the mixer because it's mono and it would mix both paths back to mono signal.

Or you'd use only one FX Loop before the Y split.

Or you put your drives before the Stomp.

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