Guitar - General/Effects pedals


Hey I recently got a boss rc-30 dual track looper. I also have a pretty old digitech rc300 multi effects pedal which needs a new power adaptor. I'm just wondering if I can connect the two pedals and if I do when I record something on the loop station and then change the effect on the multi effects pedal will it change what I've recorded as well? Say, if I wanted to play rhythm with a clean delay could I play lead over top distorted or using a chorus effect? Just wanting to know as it is new to me and goes over my head a bit. Also if the answer is no, what would I need to purchase? Would I need to build a pedal board with individual stomp boxes?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated

Hey Sarah-Jane, yes you can use the two units together. If you record with a clean delay, changing over to a distortion sound will not alter what you have already recorded. All you have to do is plug the Digitech into the looper & you're good to go. I would suggest that you start accumulating Stomp Boxes so that you can eventually get rig of the Digitech. All in one effects units tend to be pretty poor sounding with stomp boxes being more versatile & much better sounding in general. Hope that helps, if you need anything else, just drop me a line.
Have fun!
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Jason Fryer is a Canadian musician, producer, recording engineer & music instructor. Born in Montreal, Quebec, he attended the Musician's Professional Workshop on scholarship from Montreal radio station CHOM FM, studied Classical Music & Art at Vanier College, & holds a degree from Herzing Institute in Micro Computer Electronics. A veteran of the Canadian Music Scene, Jason has had the honour of playing with some of Canada’s finest musicians. Juno & Maple Blues award winning artists such as Jerome Godboo, Eric Shenkman, Jerry Mercer, Steve Marriner & Matt Sobb, Al Wood, Murray Kinsley, Leigh-Anne Stanton, Rod Williams, Thomas Starwalker Clair, David Maracle, Greg Morency, Scott Price, Simon Meilleur & Bobby Watt are but a few of the many Canadian greats Jason has enjoyed sharing the stage with. He has also had the rare & esteemed privilege to work with & study under legendary producer/engineer & former V.P. of Island Records Rob Fraboni. (Bob Dylan, The Band, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Raitt) Rob's generosity in sharing his vast & expansive degree of knowledge & expertise in the field of sound recording has been an invaluable asset to Jason's development as a producer & recording engineer.


I have been playing guitar for over 30 years & tour regularly with my band River City Junction. We play a mix of Blues, Jazz, Funk, Motown, R&B & Classic Rock so I can help answer any questions related to these genres as well. I also have extensive experience using many different brands of guitars, amplifiers & effects. I do most of my own work on my guitars, & I also build & repair my own pedals & tube amps, so I can help with questions of a technical nature with regards to these subjects as well.

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Musician's Professional Workshop Scholarship (CHOM FM)
Vanier College (Classical Music - Guitar)
Herzing Institute (Micro-Computer Electronics)
Have taken numerous online courses in recording/engineering

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