Originally Posted by Chris
Once. The thing is, I had to back down the input trim knob a bit, so the level wasn't "hotter" coming into the Snax, just more compressed and of course high-passed on the way in. It didn't sound any different than using the model. And the cool part about the model is of course jerking around with all of the little parameters like "clip type," and I usually set my "mix" to around 80% so that there's some unprocessed "body" still coming through, not 100% aggressive thinned-out crunch. Works well.
Let us know what happens... curious to hear how the HD500 handles it.