#1
I have a Marshall MG30DFX and my question is about the effects of Digital FX.
When I turn on the amp, the Chorus effect is automatically activated and the button Preset/Adjust only changes the speed of the Chorus. I turn on the amp with the button Preset/Adjust in any position, but only the Chorus is activated.
How do I go back to using the other effects again? I can no longer use the Reverb, Flanger and Delay.

Thank you.
Last edited by IvanJones at Jul 21, 2013,
#2
Quote by IvanJones
I have a Marshall MG30DFX and my question is about the effects of Digital FX.
When I turn on the amp, the Chorus effect is automatically activated and the button Preset/Adjust only changes the speed of the Chorus. I turn on the amp with the button Preset/Adjust in any position, but only the Chorus is activated.
How do I go back to using the other effects again? I can no longer use the Reverb, Flanger and Delay.

Thank you.


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And I think part of your issue is that, to be blunt, it's an MG. They're known to break down easily.
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#3
I hear an axe is a great fix for most MG problems.
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#4
Yeah, they usually have that annoying silence problem until you plug in an axe.

Then they get a different problem.