#1
Hello, i have a multi-effects pedal, it has 3 holes, input, output(phones) and control in. If i connect my guitar to the input hole and the amp to the output(phones) it kind of works, the signal gets cut down after 2 seconds and i cant play a note or a chord for more than 2 seconds. If i connect my guitar to the input and the amp to the control in, nothing happens! What could be the proper configuration?
#2
What multi fx do you have? If it's meant to bu used with an amp there should be just a plain line out also.
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#3
The "holes" are called "jacks".
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#5
I suspect the control jack is for an expression pedal that can be set up to control certain programed parameters like wah, delay or other effects in real time.
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#6
Turn your output signal level down. Way Down.
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#7
The control jack is not an audio signal. Sounds like maybe you have a noise gate enabled that is killing your signal as soon as it goes down a bit.
#8
Quote by 8Len8
The "holes" are called "jacks".


Or jackholes
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