#1
well i got this peavey bandit 112 for 50 bucks off craigslist. it sounds extremely well. the cleans are so sexy.definetely the best cleans ive heard. and the gain is perfect for me. im hoping to get an electro harmonix metal muff with top boost.

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ohhh yes. and out of pure curiosity( and so i dont ruin my amp)
what does this button do? Does anybody know?

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Last edited by Zep_shizzle at Aug 23, 2009,
#2
i have a peavey transtube amp. i have that same switch on the back of my amp, and i have no idea what it does. (kind of shameful, really. i've had the amp for a while)


anyway, HNAD.
#3
i think its something to do with the grounding of the amp
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#4
its a ground switch.
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#5
HNAD. That ground switch is for if your amp is generating a ground hum from bad grounding on your outlets ( I believe, could be wrong)
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#6
Most amps (that have 3 prongs) are grounded already. [when you plug them in obviously]

Why would they have a switch for that?

Whatever....
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#7
Quote by unet
Most amps (that have 3 prongs) are grounded already. [when you plug them in obviously]

Why would they have a switch for that?

Whatever....
HAPPY NAD!


A lot of amps have a ground switch - my Bassman has one. I believe its to alleviate hum caused by bad grounding in the outlet the amp is plugged in to.


TS: HNAD. The transtube series are amazing amps, imo. I still wish that I had never sold my Envoy 110.
#8
Congrats on the amp, HNAD! However, why would you get a Metal Muff when you like the amp's gain.

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#10
Quote by ianae86
HNAD. That ground switch is for if your amp is generating a ground hum from bad grounding on your outlets ( I believe, could be wrong)


Yep, that's what it should be for

Glad you got that amp, HNAD!
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A lot of amps have a ground switch - my Bassman has one. I believe its to alleviate hum caused by bad grounding in the outlet the amp is plugged in to.


Oh.

That actually sounds quite useful.
#13
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Congrats on the amp, HNAD! However, why would you get a Metal Muff when you like the amp's gain.

the metal muff will allow me to find the sound i want alot more easily. customize it to the last drop. and i could use it for both my amps.i could use it on my crate to gig. i dont wanna risk damaging the peavey lol. i love the thing.
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#15
Quote by Zep_shizzle
the gain is perfect for me. im hoping to get an electro harmonix metal muff with top boost.

Wait... what!?
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