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Rockman or MP1 etc in MP2 loop
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So here's an idea (maybe not a new one ??).  You can use the MP2 Fx returns as an additional stereo input (obviously with a mixer you can do similar but this idea has a slight advantage)So if you wanted to use a Rockman (X100 is what I have), or a MP1 (or many other things) as an additional tone mixed in to your MP2 signal chain:Split the guitar signal with either a Y lead or an A+B box/switch, so both MP2 and Rockaman or MP1 get the clean guitar output (which is what they are designed for).Return the Rockman or MP1 into the MP2 Fx returns.  Adjust the return vols to taste (balance with the MP2 patch).This way you pick up Tremolo, Cab sims, and more importantly Master vol control (of the whole sound) as they come after the Fx returns.  With MP1 (or any other unit that has it, also Midi control of the additional unit patch (eg MP1).
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