I've been trying a new pedalboard layout but now I've gotten a problem that I hope some of you might know how to solve! I'm using a roadrage mini a/b box to route my signal into two different effect paths and at the end of the two I'm using a Roadrage 2 in 1 out pedal to merge the signals together again. The reason I'm not just using some kind of loopersystem with two effect loops is that I want to be able to use a looper/phrase sampler in one path and then change to the other and play my bass through that one. The sampled part is supposed to be playing simultaneously with me but the effects I use should only affect the bass sound, OR if i use my DD7 in the other path to loop with, the effects is only going to affect the looped sound. From what I know that is not possible with a loopersystem, it doesn't keep both effect-returns ON all the time, right? So, to the problem. One of the signal paths is a lot lower in volume. I guess it's some kind of buffer problem but my knowledge in those kinds of things are pretty limited. I've been looking at the Lehle Parallel L or M. It says it can handle both low and high impedance. Could that be a solution? Instead of the 2 in 1 out pedal I mean. Could it be something else I haven't thought about? The effect chain: Boss TU-3 > Way Huge Green Rhino > Dwarfcraft The Great Destroyer > 3 Leaf Audio Groove Regulator > Roadrage mini a/b 1) Digitech Jamman Solo XT > Roadrage 2 in 1 out 2) BOSS DD-7 > DBA Robot > EHX Freeze > BOSS PS-6 > Roadrage 2 in 1 out I guess I should mention that if i take out the BOSS PS-6 from the chain the volume gets alot better. It's not really as loud as the other path but definetly usable. I really want to be able to use it though. I'm thankful for any tips!