Pre amp bypass??
Hello TB friends! I hope everyone's doing well! Quick Q: If I run an aguilar tone hammer pedal on my board and go into the input of my amp(svt 7 pro), will it bypass the 7 pro's pre amp? Or does it just stack them together? I know I can bypass it using the fX send/return but I'd love to just leave it on my pedalboard. Thanks guys!
If you plug into the input of the amp, as you suspect, the amps preamp is in the signal path -- "stacked" as you put it.
If you don't want the amp's preamp part of the signal path, then just take the plug out of the amp's instrument "input" and plug it into the effects return. Of course this bypasses the Ampeg's preamp.
If you want the option of switching back and forth between these signal path scenarios you will have to either manually unplug/plug the cable at the amp's input and/or effects return, or use a separate switching matrix system. It depends on what all you want to accomplish, how you want it to function for you as the user, and the amount of detail and/or complexity you are willing to work with to meet your goals.
I believe the 7 Pro has a Power Amp In/Preamp out I/Os. You can use that instead of the FX loop. Run the Tone Hammer to the Power Amp In input, that will let you run straight to the power section without any possible issues with the FX loop...
Might be a bit stronger signal? Good Luck.
The Preamp Out output would let you run the 7 Pro's preamp to another power amp...
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