#1
I just bought an Ibanez Wh10v2 wah from GC and it wworked there, but i brought it home and i cant figure it out. Theres an Input, output and dry output, and i dont know where to put what. this is my first pedal so help would be apreciated.
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#2
guitar>cable>input

output>cable>amp


i think dry output is something to do with recording, im not sure, use whatever sounds best
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#4
Dry output is the unaffected signal, so you could run it in stereo and stuff. So go from guitar to the input and the output to the amp.
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#5
it worked but the on light on the pedal wouldnt come one, im charging now to see if its cause it died
GLEN JENSEN. That is all.....


Proud owner of an Ibanez Wh10V2
#6
Charging? How are you powering it?
There should either be a battery in it, or you should have it plugged in to a proper power supply while it's on. You can't charge pedals.
#7
i hve a 9v ibanez charger thing.

edit: lol its an ac adapter
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Last edited by Frusciante2323 at Nov 27, 2009,
#8
Again, not a charger. That's a power supply. Leave it plugged in while you're playing.
#9
It can't be used, give it to me.

It should turn on if its plugged in.
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#10
i have

guitar>cable>input

output>cable>amp

Power supply>wall socket

the lights still not turning on
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Proud owner of an Ibanez Wh10V2
#12
are you still in the dry output? is the outlet that your using working with other things? if not I'll take it off your hands.......
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