Scenario: You want to use your amp's FX loop for just a couple of pedals (delay, reverb, chorus or trem, etc.). You don't want to run your signal through long send/return cables all the way to where you are standing, or to your upfront pedalboard. You want to keep the pedals on the floor near your amp (beside, behind, on top) or in a rack. So you need a simple single true bypass looper that has a "remote" jack (either 1/4" or midi or both perhaps) instead of or in addition to the footswitch. It would still have your standard In/Out/Send/Return jacks as well. Then you could keep your FX loop "clean" or bypassed when no effects are wanted and your signal intact with short cable runs. A simple 1/4" to 1/4" cable could then be used in conjuction with the "remote" jack and another box like a mini latching amp channel switcher to control the loop back at your amp. This run of cable is auxillary and doesn't affect your signal at all, like your amp's contol function fotswitches. Is this doable...anyone think this is a good idea or seen anything like this before?