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« on: June 22, 2021, 03:32:56 AM »

Got my OTS 50 last week and have been super happy with the clean tones and the overdrive channel. Lots of tones to explore, although I usually just get 2 or 3 that I like, then mark them on with dot stickers.

I have read someone saying that they like to run their drive pedals in the loop? I've never seen this done before so I wanted to hear others thoughts on it. Yet to try it myself as I don't have a C or K lator.

I run a few drives, but also a Line 6 Helix (for delays, verbs, mods and drives. No amps or cabs, but might try a preamp). I've only had them in the front so far.

Does any one else run a Helix. In front or loop? And do you need a buffer if it is in the loop (buffered already I believe?)

Thanks guys.
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