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answers for adding this pedal to my pedal board
January 1, 2013
8:28 pm
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Please take time to see if you can give me advise on how to incorporate my zoom g2.1dm pedal into my pedal board. I love some of the patches on The zoom,problem being there is no bypass on the zoom to take it out of the loop, should I used a A/B switch or do you have a better suggestion.Also if I put the pedal into my pedal train ,where should this be placed . Any suggestions ,help will be greatly appreciated . Thanks. Shane

January 1, 2013
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I'd build my total sound around it, adding additional pedals as needed.  I see units like the Zoom as the effects hub of a signal chain, the spot where you organize the sounds you need and call them up with the stomp of a foot, rather than hitting multiple pedals.



'67 reissue Stratocaster (Lollar pickups), AVRI Thinskin Jazzmaster, '69 reissue Thinline Telecaster (Lollar and Fralin pickups), '90 Tele Plus, Rickenbacker 660-12, Ibanez RG7321 - Marshall Class 5, JMJ30, Roland JC-55, Orange OR15H - a bunch of pedals
January 1, 2013
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You can switch the unit in and out of your pedal chain using a true bypass loop box.

Take a look at the switch boxes here: 


January 8, 2013
11:01 pm
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Here's one I covered for 30 Pedals in 30 Days : The Noose by Vein-Tap.com



Another company I go to for switching gear is Radial:

http://www.tonebone.com/tb-loopbone.htm or



And VoodooLab:



I happen to own all of the above - and they all work equally well.


Vein-Tap for quick simple & affordable.  Radial for pro gear - simple Loop.  Voodoo for multi-loop functionality (turn on/off up to 4 loops).


Hope that helps!

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