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Anyway To Use More Than 1 Dirt At A Time?

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Very often an artist will have stacked overdrives/distortions/fuzzes.

Is there anyway I can use two pedals at a time. It seems it will only let me use one from each 'type' ie 1 overdrive, 1 modulation etc etc. Is there any work round?

 

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Yes, you can use more than one dirt at a time. There are "wild card" three effects blocks in each tone that can be changed to whatever type of effect you want in the Drive and Dynamics, Mods, Delays, and Filters, Synths, and Pitch categories. When you click on an effect block, you click on the little icon to the left of the effect name, and that takes back to a menu that lets you change the effect. Above that menu, you'll see the word "Type". If you click on that, it brings up the four different categories. So you can put whatever type of effect you want any of the three slots.

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I don't think so, but I like my Soul Food into the front end......and go from there. I wonder what would happen with the Amplifi in the send loop of the 11R?  Hmmmm, another experiment?  I think I would rather have an effects loop on the Amplifi where external effects could be applied, either movable in the chain or at the input to the power amp section.

 

PS - I stand corrected!

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Phil_m thank you for your reply that's so helpful I had completely missed that option.

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