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    I have this pedal plugged into the input and my guitar plugged into the pedal board but nothing is coming out of the amp. Just static...Im new to pedals so maybe Im doing something wrong or is this amp not compatible with the pedal?

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    Well......from the info you've given us with your first post, I can definitely say that something between your pick and the speaker is broken.

    Shall we assume that when you plug the guitar directly into the amp that everything is OK?
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    Pretty much all pedals are compatible with all amps. And usually the problem is a dead battery in the pedal, or a bad cord somewhere in the signal chain.
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    or the guitar plugged into the output side of the pedal.... it can happen....
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    Hah! Guilty as charged here, boss.
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    Tele Savalas, Yes everything is OK when the guitar is plugged directly into the amp. My guitar is plugged into the input jack of the pedal. The pedal is powered on too but there's just nothing coming out of the amp

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    Try a different cable from the pedal to the amp.
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    Is there a Line/Speaker level switch on the pedal? You want speaker level driving your amp. Line is for powered boards.

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    What pedal are you using? Can you post pics of the set-up?
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