I have already had great success running out of my Fryette Power Load into two separate signals, and buffer one side into stereo effects, running the other signal dry into an ABY, where I had one side into the board and another into another low powered amp. Marshall '73 JMP > Fryette Power Load>> (two outputs on Fryette, but in this case I used a wye cable) > Tube buffer > Stereo Chorus into 2 signals to board > Tube buffer > ABY (A = dry board signal, B = volume pedal into front end of Bloomfield 6v6 on low power) This amounts to 3 board signals (1/2 wet and 1/2 dry) and the Bloom was for reverb. I thought it could work as a monitor, and volume pedal in and out for feedback or whatever's clever... Little over the top, but it was a recording situation. I am assuming I'd cut down to just the OX and wye off for effects, making 2 or 3 signals for this coming rig. I'll road test it first anyway.