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    I like the saturation and compression that the Session DI has to offer. However, now that I have the Voiceprint DI, I am trying to decide how much I need the Session at this point. If I were to keep it on the pedalboard, would you suggest going directly into the input or use it in the EFX loop?
    Last edited by Doug O; 02-07-2021, 09:09 AM.

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    Session is great early on in the chain but i have also seen some people, myself included, use the session as the di and last in chain as sort of a mastering effect to add analog warmth to the signal. It can also depend what is the rest of your chain? What effects loop are yoi going to put it into? I have tried putting it in the effects loops of the venue but i preferred it session into the venue.

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    • #3
      I edited my question... it was in reference to using the Voiceprint DI.

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      • #4
        I am running my Session DI at the end of my signal chain right now. So I have the VPDI, a few effects, and then the Session DI. This is working really well for me right now. You could also run the Session DI as the first effect in your FX Loop if you want the Session earlier on in the chain. I wouldn't use the Session before the VPDI, since that will affect how the pickup and the Voiceprint work together.

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        • #5
          [QUOTE=Caleb_Elling;n9769]I am running my Session DI at the end of my signal chain right now. So I have the VPDI, a few effects, and then the Session DI. This is working really well for me right now. You could also run the Session DI as the first effect in your FX Loop if you want the Session earlier on in the chain. I wouldn't use the Session before the VPDI, since that will affect how the pickup and the Voiceprint work together.[/QUOTE]

          Hey Caleb....care to share your complete acoustic pedalboard in detail? That would be great. Thanks!

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          • #6
            I don't have any pictures of my current rig, but my main setup is my Gibson J15 with the Anthem SL into the VPDI, 1/4" out into the Align Chorus, Delay, Align Reverb, Ditto Looper, Session DI.

            I'm trying out the chorus more as a boost, with some slight chorus effect for additional "size".

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            • #7
              Will Baggs ever release a "multi efftect" pedal with Chorus, Reverb, Delay, Compression, Boost all in one?


              [QUOTE=Caleb_Elling;n10027]I don't have any pictures of my current rig, but my main setup is my Gibson J15 with the Anthem SL into the VPDI, 1/4" out into the Align Chorus, Delay, Align Reverb, Ditto Looper, Session DI.

              I'm trying out the chorus more as a boost, with some slight chorus effect for additional "size". [/QUOTE]

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              • #8
                [QUOTE=JackB1;n10042]Will Baggs ever release a "multi efftect" pedal with Chorus, Reverb, Delay, Compression, Boost all in one?
                [/QUOTE]

                That's definitely something that we want to do. We've talked about doing it for a while now.

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