#1
I own a Musicman 212 Sixty-Five amp, really old thing, but it's great.

I recently read a few reviews online, for comparison purposes, and I saw a few that mention its overdrive... Such as this one:

http://www.musicgearreview.com/review-display/123.html

But as far as I can tell, the Musicman 212 doesn't have an overdrive! The settings read as follows, left to right:

Clean Channel
Bright/Normal Selector
Volume
Treb/Mid/Bass

Dirty Channel
Bright/Normal Selector
Volume
Treb/Mid/Bass
Reverb
Intensity (Tremolo)
Speed (Tremolo)
Master
Deep/Normal Selector
Three-way Power Selector - Hi/Off/Low

Am I missing something here? I don't see an overdrive, but maybe certain settings can be used to attain the same effect...?

Thanks in advance
#3
Overdrive would just mean the dirty channel. Gain is the amount of distortion or drive.
#4
The dirty channel is the overdrive channel....

Turn the volume up on that channel, then turn the master volume down, you'll see.
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