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    02.21.17 @ 07:16 PM
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    Default Need help with some troubleshooting

    I was at rehearsal last night and after firing up my rig (Marshall JCM 900), I noticed that every time my bassist would play or my singer would sing through the PA, those sounds would come through my cabinet as a distorted mess.
    It only ended after I disconnected my pedalboard and ran directly into the front of the amp.
    I use a "double loop" pedal board with my tuner, wah and tube screamer going into the front of the amp and the chorus and delay going through the amp's FX loop.
    Has this ever happened to any of you? My first inclination is to replace the cords connecting the pedalboard to the amp.
    Any ideas?
    Thanks.

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    Does your pedalboard have a powercord?
    Or is it powered through one of the pins on a midi cable?
    What kind of pedalboard is it?
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    The board has an AC adapter/wall wart.
    this is the board, an SKB PS-25:
    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...%3Den%26sa%3DG

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