Question about Fender Hot Rod Deluxe Guitar Combo Amplifier
Yes you could do that. The preamp output is just a BUFFERED output of the signal sent to the power amp. And the power amp input jack is BUFFERED before driving the power amp. These impedances are neither high or low being in the 1K to 3K ohm range.
The jacks for BOTH are mono jacks so noise pickup is possible if long cables are used. The external effects unit should be well grounded and operate off the same receptacle as your Fender for system safety. Use SHORT audio cables to minimize noise.
ALL the signal will pass through the effects unit when used this way... HOWEVER the internal reverb will still be in this path. You can kill this by turning the reverb control to zero on the Fender.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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