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xx SLO volume problem
« Thread started on: Apr 6th, 2004, 9:38pm »

I have a problem. One that I know not how to remedy. If I put a reverb or delay in the loop of this beast, channel switching becomes a feared activity. The reason is: To have it so that both channels(clean and dirty) are the same volume, the master volume controls have to be wildly different. The clean master is on about 6-7, and the lead master is on 3. If I switch from lead to clean while there is a reverb or delay, It is like cranking the master on the lead channel to 6 for a second. Not good. The only way to get the masters closer is to increase the pre gain on the clean channel. However, as a result of this, the clean is no longer clean. Help me! This is incredibly frustrating, I love the clean tone of this amp, but want reverb and delay. I cant put those out front for obvious reasons. What should I do? There is no way in hell I am selling this amp. It is my tone, and I love it to death.
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« Reply #1 on: Apr 7th, 2004, 10:52am »

What!!huh My question to you is: What unit are you using in the loop that actually sounds good? I can't even get that far. Whoah!
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« Reply #2 on: Apr 7th, 2004, 2:19pm »

on Apr 7th, 2004, 10:52am, bstark777 wrote:
My question to you is: What unit are you using in the loop that actually sounds good? I can't even get that far. Whoah!


Dunno what Quoiyaien is using but my Yamaha Magicstomp sounds really good in my Decatone's loop.

I agree that most stompboxes (at least the ones I've tried) sound like doodoo in a Soldano loop (I've also owned a HR50 and a Yamaha T100). I found that rack gear sounds good but is a PITA. I was thrilled when I tried the Magicstomp 'cause it does everything I'd want from a loop-based FX unit in a single easy-to-move package.
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 7th, 2004, 3:21pm »

I think the loop is different on the Decatone...
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 7th, 2004, 3:51pm »

Yeah, I've got pretty decent rack stuff. Keyword: decent. I think with the slo you have to have great units for them to sound good.
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