That's odd that you have less gain when using the loop. Maybe this is related to not paying attention to which jack is the send jack?Bieworm wrote: ↑Fri 05/08/20 12:38 amNope, just delay and reverb. Tried the dirtortion too, but...no, no not that one
I'm building it in my tremolo TMB too. But I have only got the standard neutric jack inputs at hand, so they ground directly on the chassis. Am I looking for trouble this way? I'm using shielded wires and intend to connect the single grounding side at the input jack. The metal inputs make it more obvious which inputs are FX loop and what input is the guitar IN...since I have the loop inputs on the frontpanel.
Is it normal for the loop working in both ways. It doesn't matter which input goes to either side of the effects.. I thought the send and return should stand for something?
Yes, you're potentially looking for trouble not using isolated jacks. Did you know, that you can label things on the panel?
Send and Receive does matter. If you reverse them, then you're relooping your loop. But yes, I would expect the loop to be audible regardless of which way you insert your effects.