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Why did you decide to disable amp and effect modelling to the "stereo out" when using the "amp out"?

I was hoping these could be used simultaneously, using the amp out to achieve controlled feedback with a low wattage amp while recording this "direct-inject" with modelling through the stereo outs.

 

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I think for the majority, this is optimal.  At least that is how I see the AMPLIFi currently positoned.

If you are streaming a song via BT and jammin' thru a real amp, you would want it that way.

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So, what if you are not streaming? I would think it useful to send a mono signal without cab and mic effects to your amp at the same time you send a signal including cab and mic effects out to the mains.

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I see your point.

But in that situation, I personally would rather split and run my raw guitar signal to the amp, and then the rest flows to the main outs.

 

I think it boils down to the intended usage.

 

My perspective is coming from a home studio.

I'm running the main outs to my mixer.

If I want to jam, all the model/effects go to the main outs, I have no need to separate raw guitar signal to an amp while routing wet to the main outs.

 

But I think the average user will find this configuration pretty slick.

Headphones streaming your music while your amp is pushing air!!

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So, what if you are not streaming? I would think it useful to send a mono signal without cab and mic effects to your amp at the same time you send a signal including cab and mic effects out to the mains.

Exactly, This was my point...I mean,regardless of who this was "intended for" what's the harm in providing a smidgeon of useful functionality?

Yamaha? purveyors of status quo products, Because everyone is a beginning student.

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