#1
I just got one and I'm new to guitaring so I just wanted to know how to get a clean sound out of it.
Last edited by Raisoke at Aug 31, 2010,
#3
1. Plug in guitar into amp input.
2. Turn on amp.
3. Set to clean channel.
4. Adjust volume and EQ.
5: Play guitar.
6. PROFIT!

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#4
Quote by Raisoke
I just got one and I'm new to guitaring so I just wanted to know how to get a clean sound out of it.

Two ways with the 158:

1. Crank the clean volume. This channel doesn't break up very much.

or

2. Lead channel - gain at 5, volume at 5. This will give you a slightly overdriven thick clean tone. Not bad for a 15w ss.

Just bought one for my girlfriend, so I've spent a while playing around with it.
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#8
Have all the knobs pointing up.
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Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#10
http://media.paisley.ac.uk/~campbell/ASP/CW1/PeavyRage158.pdf
well there's the manual for it.

and if you have a switch for modern-vintage which some don't come with you can switch between the normal (modern) amp sound and the (vintage) tube amp emulation which has a warmer tone with more bass. the vintage setting will slighty distort your sound on the clean channel as you increase the volume.

if you have any other questions about this amp feel free to pm me as I currently have one sitting beside me.
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