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Old 2006-09-03, 08:38
Musician1978 Musician1978 is offline
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4 cable method...

I operate my GT-6 using 4 cable method, which bypasses the amplifier's preamp *I believe*. So my question is; would I get the same sound through any head I play through as long as I use the same cabs? Or would different amps (tube, solid state, etc.) still affect my sound?
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Old 2006-09-03, 08:47
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they most likely will change your sound a bit, u assume u put the gt-6 in the fx loop?? not sure if thats what you mean by 4 cable method, but anyway if you have it in the fx loop, you bypass the preamp, but not the poweramp

so if you put it on a tube head, you will have that tube sound youd get from the powertubes.

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Old 2006-09-03, 08:55
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I am not sure what actually happens when you do 4 cable method, but until I did that, I couldn't find any sounds that I liked. But yes, it is in the fx loop.
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Old 2006-09-04, 02:16
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The 4 cable method is normally used with GT-8 units due to the fact you can assign different FXs into amp head input or loop.

Have you checked for info here.
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