We have that thing and it’s called the PARALOOP! Your instrument goes in the right side, and comes out the left. There are two effects loops built into the pedal. Each of them is “normally closed” meaning a buffered clean signal comes through. Your “send level” knob allows you a boost into both loops, or if they are empty, just an overall volume boost (Or attenuation) when the pedal is engaged.
Add effects into one loop, and you are left with a clean signal next to your FX. Add FX into the remaining loop and you are parallel processing! Independent distortion flavors, side by side delay and reverb, flange and chorus, my goodness! Take a day off work, friend, because you’ve got some experimenting to do.
The Paraloop was designed to have maximum flexibility. In addition to the intended uses explained above, you can indeed split your signal to two amps. For example, Amp A is connected to the output of the Paraloop, and amp B is connected to the SEND 1 jack. When the pedal is engaged, your input signal will come out BOTH OF THOSE HOLES. You could even have an amp C connected to Send 2… then when the pedal was engaged sound would go to amps B and C, but not A.
- Dual FX loop for blending of FX or specific routing
- Send Level can act as a boost if no FX loop is being used
- Great for Parallel FX processing
- Blends effects in a way no other pedal can!
- Designed for maximum flexibility
- 2 CH splitter or mixer depending on routing
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