T1: Setting up with Acoustic Guitar with two outputs, and a looper

Greetings:

I just purchased a Bose T1.  I am a solo acoustic guitar performer.

I have 2 signals coming out of my Taylor 810 acoustic. 1 from LR Baggs Lyric goes to channel 1 and 1 from the original Taylor ES system goes to channel 2.

I then take the master output and go through my looper pedal, then a reverb pedal.  The output of the reverb pedal goes to the house PA.

I see other artist (who also has a Bose T1) say they take a line out of the T1 and go straight to the house...then they take another line out of the T1 and go through all there pedals (looper, delay, reverb) then from there pedals they have another line out to the house...So the house PA gets a line straight from the T1 and another going though the pedals.

I can see how this might be a good thing...a dry signal and a wet signal.

How can this be done on a T1?....It's confusing because I do a lot of looping why would I want to have a dry signal playing something that's not looping?

Any ideas?



Edit Subject: Previously "Setting up with Acoustic"

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Hi StoneBose,

Thank you for joining the Bose Portable PA Community.  Welcome.

Let me start with this.

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It's confusing because I do a lot of looping why would I want to have a dry signal playing something that's not looping?

I can't think of why this would be useful unless you want a dry signal for talking between songs.

You didn't mention a microphone.

StoneBose posted:

Greetings:

I just purchased a Bose T1.  I am a solo acoustic guitar performer.

Congratulations on getting your T1.



I have 2 signals coming out of my Taylor 810 acoustic. 1 from LR Baggs Lyric goes to channel 1 and 1 from the original Taylor ES system goes to channel 2.

I then take the master output and go through my looper pedal, then a reverb pedal.  The output of the reverb pedal goes to the house PA.

I see other artist (who also has a Bose T1) say they take a line out of the T1 and go straight to the house

You can create an Aux mix (and make it dry, without effects) and send that to the house system.

T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine Aux Output
--∈∞ΘΞ Please click the picture for more details ΞΘ∞∋--    

 

...then they take another line out of the T1 and go through all there pedals (looper, delay, reverb) then from there pedals they have another line out to the house...So the house PA gets a line straight from the T1 and another going though the pedals.

Use the T1 Master Output and send that through the looper, delay, and reverb and then the house.

T1 Master Output





I can see how this might be a good thing...a dry signal and a wet signal.

How can this be done on a T1?....It's confusing because I do a lot of looping why would I want to have a dry signal playing something that's not looping?

Any ideas?



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