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Kim

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MP2 > fx processer > stereo rack amp
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Here's two ways to configure the MP-2 with an fx unit and stereo poweramp.  The specific brand/model of the FX unit and poweramp may vary for your application; the ones listed in the drawings are simply the ones I happen to be using.



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Re: MP2 > fx processer > stereo rack amp
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And of course you can combine the 2 methods, ie use the serial connection and put a second FX unit in the MP2 loop
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Re: MP2 > fx processer > stereo rack amp
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One advantage of hooking the FX into the MP2 send/return loop is that you can often reduce the number of presets/settings needed in the FX, simply because of being able to dry/wet mix-in the amount of those fewer effects presets.
Tis how I always did it with my MP2 and Digitech TSR24-S.
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