I am playing around with creating a Wet/Dry, 2 Amp set-up. Specifically, after watching an episode of That Pedal Show, which talked about this subject and gave several examples of ways to do a Wet/Dry, 2 amp set-up, I am trying this one particular way. I do not currently have either an ABY box OR something like GigRig's Humdinger box (although I will probably get one soon). SO FOR NOW I am doing is this... The 2 amps that I am using are a Fender Showman head (into a 1x12 Cab), as the "Dry" amp, and Fender Pro Reverb as the "Wet" amp. I am going through my Drive and Boost pedals, then into my TC Electronics Stereo Chorus / Flanger. From there I go out of one of the Stereo Outputs (of the TC Chorus) to the Fender Showman (Dry) amp. Out of the other Stereo Output I am going to a Providence Chrono Delay and a Neunaber Immerse Reverb and then on to the Fender Pro Reverb. Sooo... On TPS Dan points out that something that is important in a set-up like this is dealing with Phase issues when plugging into 2 amps together. The GigRig Humdinger box (which splits the signal and also deals with Phase and Ground Loop issues), or a suitable ABY box will have a Phase Switch to correct an "Out Of Phase" situation. They also explained that when trying to determine if the sound you are hearing is In Phase or Out Of Phase, coming from a 2 amp set-up (and thus necessitating some way to switch the Phase of one of the amps), listening "in the room" can sometimes be a little tricky to actually be able to tell if it IS out of Phase or not, depending, for example, on where in the room you are listening from (although if one were to mike both amps and listen to the mix on monitors or headphones it would be much easier to hear it). But me not having one of this devices currently, I am just doing what I described above, without a box that has a Phase reversal switch on it. BUT... and this is my question... The Fender Pro Reverb is a 2 channel Fender "Reverb" amp. So it is my understanding that with Fender Reverb type 2 channel amps, the 2 channels are NOT in Phase with each other (so for example you cannot plug a Y cord into both channels at once, nor can you jumper the 2 channels together... which, btw, you CAN do with the Fender Showman's 2 channels because it does not have Reverb, and both of the Showman's channels ARE in Phase with each other). So... With the the Fender Pro Reverb being the "Wet" amp in this set up... Would it be true that if I, for example, plug my "Wet" signal into Channel 1 of the Pro Reverb and it seemed to sound Out Of Phase, could I just INSTEAD plug into Channel 2 of the Pro Reverb to correct that Out Of Phase issue (because the 2 channels of the Pro Reverb being out of Phase with each other... then it would seem that if one of the Pro Reverb's channels is Out Of Phase with the Showman, then the OTHER channel of the Pro Reverb should then be In Phase with the Showman). Is this true ? And btw... fortunately I don't have any Ground Loop issues with these two amps here at home, so I am good there. But at some point, in the not too distant further, I think I will buy a GigRig Humdinger to do this... but for now I want to see if I can just use what I have, here at home.