#1
im getting a master volume put on my 6505, will that mean i wont need an attenuator? because then i can have my post gain alot higher but have it turned down at the master, does this mean my sound will be clearer?
Gear List:
Guitars:
Schecter C7 Hellraiser
Jackson JS20 Dinky
Ibanez MTM1 (Slipknot Signature)
Amps:
Peavey 6505+ Head (with Grill Mod)
Cab and Effects:
Orange PPC412(BLK)
Boss NS-2 Noise Supressor
#2
No it won't work like that. A master volume is weel, jsut a normal volume.
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#4
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I thought the post gain knob acted like a master volume knob on the 5150/6505


no, only controls one channel
Gear List:
Guitars:
Schecter C7 Hellraiser
Jackson JS20 Dinky
Ibanez MTM1 (Slipknot Signature)
Amps:
Peavey 6505+ Head (with Grill Mod)
Cab and Effects:
Orange PPC412(BLK)
Boss NS-2 Noise Supressor
#5
If you had a master volume knob installed after the power section it'd work. But that would be just adding an actual attenuator into the circuitry of your amp. I'm sure a good amp tech could do this if you asked him/her to.
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