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My bogner shiva was working fine until I tried to use my effects loop. I ran my pedals into my effects loop and noticed it sucked the tone a little bit. When I unplugged the effects from the effects loop I noticed a hum coming from my amp, even without anything plugged into amp. The hum goes away when plugging into effects loop, and when going to clean channel.

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