#1
Hi Guys

I am a newbie needed advice. I have a couple of amps (marshalls MGs) a Strat and a Korg AX3000G pedal. While I looked all over the manual of the sound processor could not find what's the fundamental difference and benefit of going stereo over mono. Now I get the same sound from two amps instead of one on a mono set up.

I am keen to really understand how it works and how to use this set up. Please help.

AJ
Last edited by ajit at Feb 2, 2009,
#2
Not sure how Korg works but usually you use two amps to get the most out of Chorus, flangers, phasers, panners, rotarys & delays that have output in stereo. It gives the listener a more pyscodelic experience.

Boss's GT series has a nice little feature were you can have one amp with one tone and the other amp with a different tone at the same time. It's a cool idea, but too bad the tone for those suck.
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#3
thanks Bertallica. have been fiddling around a bit on the effects a bit on the korg but not really getting it. what you mention about the boss gt is what i was i wondering if its possible on this one. since its not mentioned at all don't know if it is all. for example setting up a mix with a delay on one amp and the same mix without the delay on the other might a a great way to do fast runs.
#4
I am guessing you can get the delays to bounce between the two amps, the flangers to sweep across them both and other stereo effects.
#5
thanks... some of the effects do pan like cross delay, 2tap delays. trying to figure out flanging, chorus and phase... that's not quite what i expected by anyways...
#6
Not all chorus, flangers and phasers sweep in stereo those are just some that do.
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