#1
I'm trying to find out why they have 2 input jacks...Is there supposed to be a significant sonic difference between each input jack? Is the first one supposed to be for High and the second for Low or vice versa?
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#2
my friends amp has 4 inputs. we just use them if we dont wanna bring our amps to his place so we all use his lol
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#3
I am not certain on the silverface, but with mine the second channel is 8watts lower output. I don't notice any (nor have I heard of) difference in tonal range though.
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#4
I tried to A/B both inputs and could not really tell a difference and I was thinking that they were probably just designed that way in case you want to plug in two guitars at once.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus '02
Fender Highway One Stratocaster
Roland Jazz Chorus 120
Marshall 5210 Combo Amp
Fender Silverface Champ