#1
I just ordered a TS-9 Tubescreamer and I'm very exited to recieve it. But I saw the pedal on the internet and it had a knob that said "level". I've seen that most guitarists leave the level knob at 9 o' clock. What does this knob do?
#2
It level the output (volume) you get.

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Last edited by Taz9 at Jun 25, 2014,
#3
Usually people have the level all the way up and the drive as low as possible. Tone to liking. This is the pedal acting as a clean boost to get the most out of your amp's gain as opposed to getting distortion from the pedal.
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#4
most guitarists who use a ts9 to boost an overdriven amp will have the level knob up full edit: ninja'd
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