Wet/Dry Signal Blend with the Carvin BX1500 and Line 6 M13?
Hey there folks.
I'm a little stumped. I'm using a Line 6 M13 for all of my effects, including overdrive/distortion, along with a Carvin BX1500 head and a single Carvin BXR 10.2 cab.
My problem, as some of you have posted about, is that the Line 6 overdrive/distortion models drop the low end.
I'd like to be able to come up with a solution that doesn't require a second cab, so blending the wet and dry signals is what I'm after.
Does anyone know the best way to do this? I've fooled around with different effects loop setups, but I can't seem to isolate the dry bass. Do I need to get my hands on a small 2 channel mixer?
Thanks in advance!
Yeah you need what's called a "blender", a pedal specifically meant for this purpose. The Boss LS-2 is the cheap choice, and fancier ones are made by brands like Xotic and Badger.
Xotic X-Blender is a fantastic choice. Very easy to use. I use the Blender with my VT Bass - I get two channels combined and sent straight to my Carvin head. Sweet setup.
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