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    Ah yes, Captain, thats true about the preamp OD, and thats probably what this would be. But I hadn't envisioned two different preamps, just a blend back of the clean signal into the OD'ed signal. I had assumed this would work the same way a parallel FX loop works - you send some of the signal (Send level controls how much) to the FX unit and use the Return level to blend it back in to the dry signal.

    I think this is what Stan's Voodoo Lab box does.

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    And, going that route, you will be tasking one speaker, or speaker cab of blending both signals, just as in the Boss GT-10, and the Sparkle Drive stompbox approaches. I think the best approach would be to run your signal to two amps, and season to taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAguitar View Post
    And, going that route, you will be tasking one speaker, or speaker cab of blending both signals, just as in the Boss GT-10, and the Sparkle Drive stompbox approaches. I think the best approach would be to run your signal to two amps, and season to taste.
    Very true, or in my case, two amps to two dummy boxes to two tracks, then season to taste.

    In fact, I think I'll try this when I get back next week; do some double / triple tracking with the Gries, then again when I get the DR back from Eric. Lots of flexibility here - panning, FX, EQ...

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    And then you can always go nuts with re-amping. Record direct, then send that signal to various amps, and bring it back in, and dink with it. This kind of insanity is exponentially progressive.
    Some contend that rock 'n roll is bad for the body & bad for the soul
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    Yup, a slippery slope indeed..

 

 

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