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That's actually a picture off of google, but it's exactly the same one as at my guitarists practice room. What I'm trying to figure out is what's different about the top and bottom sets of controls; When plugged into it, both rows of controls will effect it. Is it so you can just have two seperate outputs if you want, or what?
#3
lol the amp has the b on bass scratched out so it says ass.


im so mature
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#4
I haven't looked it up, but it appears that there is a single set of inputs, but each channel has its own effects loop. That means that you could, for example, put distortion in one effects loop, but run the other one clean. It gives an effect similar to bi-amping.
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I haven't looked it up, but it appears that there is a single set of inputs, but each channel has its own effects loop. That means that you could, for example, put distortion in one effects loop, but run the other one clean. It gives an effect similar to bi-amping.


No it doesnt not at all.
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lol the amp has the b on bass scratched out so it says ass.


im so mature


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