#1
What are the 2 Channels for on a 2 channel amp? Their are 4 inputs on my amp, "Bright", "Automix", "Normal 1", "Normal 2". Now, I know what the bright input bright is for, and I know what the automix input is for, but why are their 2 normal inputs? What is the second one for.

I know this is a dumb question, but I don't know the answer.
93' Mexican Stratocaster

LTD Viper-50 --- Active EMG's

Currently using a cheap crate amp
#2
well 2 channels is usually two sounds on your amp..or two voicing or in general, two modes of the amp you can select...the inputs are what they say. bright will make it sound brighter (meaning abit more top end on your sound). automix could mean lots of things so i d say find the manual for it.
#3
I'm going to take a stab in the dark and say one is clean, one is distortion?

Wait, which do you need to know about, the channels or the inputs?
I can't help you on the inputs


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#4
Well, when I use normal 1 and 2, they seem to sound exactly the same. The automix setting uses a footswitch for distortion.
93' Mexican Stratocaster

LTD Viper-50 --- Active EMG's

Currently using a cheap crate amp