I have used a lot of processors that are designed for guitars and i've never had much of a problem with the processor in the effect loop of the amp. If you don't have an effect loop on your amp, A loooper-type pedal (not looper, loooper) with a clean blend might be your ticket :) Charlie On 2/7/07, Bryan.Phil@kraft.com <Bryan.Phil@kraft.com> wrote: > > > > So this is what Im trying to do. > I want to record a loop with my standard unaltered bass sound. Then I > would like to be able to be able to add some effects to the bass sound to > either overdub or to just play along with the other loop. Id like to >get an > all-in-one unit (like the pod xt-live, boss ME or GT) however I think >that > most bass specific units are limited in the type of effects that are > available so I have been thinking about getting a guitar unit. > > Is this possible or will it kill the low-end from my sound? I still >want it > to be able to sound like a bass just with some added effects. Of course > there will be times when I don't mind that there is not a lot of low end >but > for the most part I need the "BIG BOTTOM."