2204 and metro zero loss loop

Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Adamguitar, Jan 27, 2020.

  1. Matt_Krush

    Matt_Krush Well-Known Member

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    the Metro Zero loss is completely transparent to the original tone of the amplifier.
    Just installed one in my 2204 build.
    Easy.
     
  2. marshallmellowed

    marshallmellowed Well-Known Member

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    Installed a Metro zero loss loop in my JTM45 Reissue, no complaints or regrets. What de-values an amp, at least to me, is when the work is not done "right". Either do it (or have it done) "right", or don't do it at all. Done right, you won't have to worry about resale or aesthetics (IMO).
     
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  3. Rocky Mountain Way

    Rocky Mountain Way New Member

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    I have a zero loss metro Amp fx loop in a 1980 Jmp 2204, It sounds great, mine is bypassable.

    If you don't want to touch your Amp you can use a loadbox to add effects, it's more complicated but that's another option. The Fryett power station includes an attenuator and has a built in effects loop you can use with your Amp. It's a bit expensive though.
     

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