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Old 02-05-2018, 03:30 PM   #11
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If you have one handy, try a D.I. box from the Zoom to the P.A.
Thanks Keith. I was out all weekend gigging. Gonna give this a shot today and see. I still don't understand why my MFx pedal would need a DI and the other guitarist's doesn't, but if a DI does the trick, I ain't gonna complain.
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Old 02-05-2018, 10:03 PM   #12
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I tried everything on here to no avail. Then, just to be sure, I plugged the same setup back in the amp and - lo and behold - it wasn't working there either. At some point, the pedal "went bad." I used the same guitar and chords to play through a different pedal, and it worked perfectly.

That must mean during the rehearsal when the problem began, the pedal that was working stopped working properly. At least I know my guitar, cables, and PA are all functioning.

Thanks to everyone who tried to answer my question based on the info I gave. I had no way of knowing the pedal failed until I tried it in the amp. I guess it might be time to invest in a new pedal because I have no idea how to fix this one, if it can be fixed. Oh joy.
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