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seebee wrote:I'm very happy with my amp for distortion. I'd really just need delay, maybe flange, wah pedal, volume control, and a noise gate run through the effects loop without sucking too much out of the tone for my dirty sounds. For clean, well my amp's clean is weak (plus, I normally play an Ibanex RG.) So, clean, I'd probably wanna a few choices for modeling, not sure what,
This footswitch bypasses all of the RP500â€™s effects sending an unprocessed signal out all of the
outputs. Pressing and holding the Bypass footswitch accesses the RP500â€™s chromatic tuner. The
Displays will provide feedback for the tuning function (see page 2 for more info on using the
7. System Buttons
There are three system buttons: AMP/CABINET BYPASS, PEDALBOARD, and STORE.
â€¢ AMP/CABINET BYPASS â€“ When this button is lit, the internal amplifiers and cabinets are
bypassed in all RP500 presets
â€¢ PEDALBOARD â€“ When this button is lit, the 5 numbered footswitches turn the effects
labeled above them on and off. When this button is not lit, these footswitches select the
five presets in the active bank.
â€¢ STORE â€“ Press this button to begin the store/copy procedure.
slejhamer wrote:But do you really need footswitchable amp/cab bypass when you are intending to run into an amp? It seems to me that the amp/cab sims tend to work best when run into an full-range, flat response system, like a PA, whereas the pedalboard mode is intended for running into an amp. On the ME70 I use the amp sims at church (running direct to the board) but I use the pedalboard mode at home into my guitar amp.
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