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    Quote Originally Posted by happydan View Post
    The 23 has send/return, I believe. You could buy a delay pedal and reverb pedal from Boss for 200 ish.
    I Think that the dry/wet control delenda on the freq know of the mixer... so i don't know if i get some problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by emanuele View Post
    Especially delay and reverb.
    There are a lot of stereo delay and reverb pedals around that a lot of people have luck with.

    If you're willing to put up with a 19" rack unit, Lexicon has a couple for around $200 that are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostapha View Post
    There are a lot of stereo delay and reverb pedals around that a lot of people have luck with.

    If you're willing to put up with a 19" rack unit, Lexicon has a couple for around $200 that are awesome.
    I'd make sure the pedals are stereo, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happydan View Post
    I'd make sure the pedals are stereo, though.
    I thought that was a given, but it's definitely worth making sure.

    These should all be stereo.

    I really wish the MXR Carbon Copy Delay was stereo. The Deluxe will output stereo, but not take a stereo input. I always liked it on guitar (and now can't find mine).

    I would also say to be careful about what controls are on the effects unit. The xone:23 doesn't have any real controls for it's loop, just on or off. IAlso, be careful about the quality. You're basically running your whole sound through it, and I've definitely heard some horrible pedals that sound okay on guitar when it's buried in a band but would sound horrible over a whole mix. Unfortunately, unless you just use stuff other people use, it might be surprising.

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    In the end, suppose, in order to have 2 stereo pedals anyway, I would have to connect them (this is already losing quality) and then to the mixer. In the end how costs and sound quality would not be better to connect the mixer to ableton and use a controller? I ask you, all you are much more experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emanuele View Post
    In the end, suppose, in order to have 2 stereo pedals anyway, I would have to connect them (this is already losing quality) and then to the mixer. In the end how costs and sound quality would not be better to connect the mixer to ableton and use a controller? I ask you, all you are much more experienced.
    Chaining pedals is quite normal. I wouldn't worry about "losing quality". You're only overlaying the effects signal over your original audio, anyway.

    FYI, I run a Boss DD-7 and Biyang Tri-reverb RV-10 in a chain on a Xone:92.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emanuele View Post
    In the end, suppose, in order to have 2 stereo pedals anyway, I would have to connect them (this is already losing quality) and then to the mixer. In the end how costs and sound quality would not be better to connect the mixer to ableton and use a controller? I ask you, all you are much more experienced.
    I wouldn't worry too much about chaining them.

    Crappy sounding pedals are more the exception than the rule, but there are some. Let your ears be the judget, and ideally get stuff where you can return it in case you get something you don't like.

    As for "better", that's definitely possible. It's also more expensive. And more capable. But it requires a computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happydan View Post
    Chaining pedals is quite normal. I wouldn't worry about "losing quality". You're only overlaying the effects signal over your original audio, anyway.

    FYI, I run a Boss DD-7 and Biyang Tri-reverb RV-10 in a chain on a Xone:92.
    The Biyang Tri-reverb RV-10 is good? I was looking yesterday on Amazon! The Price is good, but i don't know if it's worth it,also because I play the piano and the violin, but with the guitars I've never had to do and all the video demonstration (of course) they do them only on guitars...
    to connect them just a stereo jack cable in "in" and connect it to other pedals in "out"? I did not understand this well

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostapha View Post
    I wouldn't worry too much about chaining them.

    Crappy sounding pedals are more the exception than the rule, but there are some. Let your ears be the judget, and ideally get stuff where you can return it in case you get something you don't like.

    As for "better", that's definitely possible. It's also more expensive. And more capable. But it requires a computer.
    I think I will try to use the pedals very soon starting with the Biyang Tri Reverb RV-10 for reverb

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