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Alesis PicoVerb

Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

Connections at the PS1 Power Stand (Classic) / Model I

Serial Effects - Excerpt from the PS1 Power Stand (Classic) / Model I Manual


Insert Cable

Typical Insert Cable Hosa STP204

Hosa STP204 Insert Cable

A common problem is with the way some Insert Cables are labelled. This is how the connections are run at the Insert Point of the PS1 Powerstand.


and this is connected to one of the PS1 Powerstand Insert Points

Channel 1 and Channel 2 Insert Points (blue)


Alesis PicoVerb Connections

Excerpt from the Alesis PicoVerb Manual


  • Blue "Ring" is Send from the Bose System
  • Purple "Tip" is the Return to the Bose System

From Page 15 in the Alesis PicoVerb Manual


Two Channels

It seems that with the Nanoverb you can use two channels when you operate in "stereo" mode. But you cannot control the left and right channels independently. So you can maintain the separation between the channels but not have them running different levels, mix, or effects.


Note - you will need an INSERT cable for each Bose Channel you want to run through your effects unit. (up to 2 max).

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