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Standard 1/4” jack for connection to the output of your guitar or last pedal if using effects before the amp.
Allows selection of the two different channels. The“IN”position of the switch selects the ‘LEAD’ channel and
the“OUT”position selects the ‘RHYTHM’ channel.
NOTE: Channel selection may also be achieved by using the included footswitch.
If remote selection is desired, the CHANNEL switch (#2) must be set to the“IN” position.
RHYTHM CHANNEL PRE-GAIN
Controls the volume and gain level of the RHYTHM channel.
BRT (Bright) switch
Provides a boost to high frequencies on the RHYTHM CHANNEL ONLY. To activate, depress the switch to
CRCH (Crunch) switch
This is the ‘boost’ function which switches the RHYTHM channel from a fairly clean sound to a more
"crunchy" overdriven sound. The“IN”position of the switch selects the ‘crunch’ sound and the“OUT”position
selects the CLEANER SOUND.
NOTE: The selection between these sounds may also be achieved by using the same footswitch as used for
channel switching. IF REMOTE SELECTION IS DESIRED, the CRCH switch (#5) MUST be set to the“IN”position.
This controls the input volume level of the LEAD CHANNEL and, therefore, the amount of gain and
LOW, MID & HIGH EQ controls
These are passive tone controls that regulate the low (bass), mid and high (treble) frequencies of the tone
of BOTH channels.
RHYTHM & LEAD POST-GAIN controls
These control the output level of the RHYTHM and LEAD channels respectively. Only one will be in use at
any one time, depending on which channel is selected. Used to set the volume as well as to balance the
sound between the two channels. The RHYTHM POST-GAIN will control the output level of both the clean
rhythm sound as well as the ‘crunch’ rhythm sound.
Determines the overall reverb level. Fully counterclockwise will be completely "dry" with no reverb, low
settings will produce subtle reverb and high settings will produce lush ambience. This feature can also be
controlled via the optional remote footswitch.
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