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Old 12-16-2019, 04:29 PM
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How are you linking them together and which do you put first? You go into the GTX first and the guitar thru goes into the Zoom?

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Yes, I am one of the lucky ones that still have a Play GTX. It was the first in the Play Acoustic format. It is exactly as the Play Acoustic (without Bodyrez) but has a guitar thru. I am using it now with the Zoom A1 four.
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Old 12-16-2019, 04:52 PM
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How are you linking them together and which do you put first? You go into the GTX first and the guitar thru goes into the Zoom?
Yes, thatís it.
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Old 12-16-2019, 05:48 PM
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Yes, thatís it.
Actually I am working with both. It seems to work better with the Zoom passing through. However, I am working also on going into the unit so I can use one wireless xvive XLR unit.

The guitar processing can be set flat and it seems cleaner than the Play Acoustic. I just canít seem to get the Play Acoustic to not color the sound.
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Old 12-16-2019, 06:20 PM
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You are using a Play Acoustic too? Seems like the Play Acoustic is really meant to be a one and only pedal. It doesnít seem to work well alongside other guitar effects. If you want a clean guitar signal, the only way is to split it before.

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Actually I am working with both. It seems to work better with the Zoom passing through. However, I am working also on going into the unit so I can use one wireless xvive XLR unit.

The guitar processing can be set flat and it seems cleaner than the Play Acoustic. I just canít seem to get the Play Acoustic to not color the sound.
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Old 12-16-2019, 07:56 PM
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You are using a Play Acoustic too? Seems like the Play Acoustic is really meant to be a one and only pedal. It doesnít seem to work well alongside other guitar effects. If you want a clean guitar signal, the only way is to split it before.
I canít seem to get what I want from the Play Acoustic; therefore, I try what else is possible. Vocals are great, but I donít like the guitar processing. I canít seem to get a good, clean signal for any of my guitars.
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Old 12-16-2019, 11:39 PM
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I think I prefer a simpler pedal for vice like the GXT and then a separate pedal just for guitar preamp/DI/EQ/ effects


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I canít seem to get what I want from the Play Acoustic; therefore, I try what else is possible. Vocals are great, but I donít like the guitar processing. I canít seem to get a good, clean signal for any of my guitars.
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