#1
as the title suggests, wats the difference between the 2, and can u play both together??

also as a side note, wats a phase inverter tube, cos there is one in the B-52 at 112

thx for ur help
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#2
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#3
seriously desnt any1 know about this
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#4
give it time and people will answer
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#5
As for the high gain/low gain inputs, Ive seen them used two ways:

1: One input is for active pickups, the other is for non active. It doesn't matter which you use, some prefer one over the other despite whatever pickups they have.

2: One input is like a "crunch" channel and the other is like a "lead" channel. Like on the Peavey Windsor.

I've never played a B52 so I couldn't tell you which of the two it is.
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#8
Low gain will allow more volume into the amp, but hi gain will pad the volume input down. On most amps, it will be like that, unless they label it the other way around.

The phase inverter tube is used in tube amps to split the signal for each output tube to "push" and "pull".