#1
I just picked up a Peavey JSX 212 120 Satriani amp, and so far, I think it's pretty great. I've noticed the clean is a little weak, but that's alright. Is it just me, or does the distortion/gain seem to fade as you turn it up? Also, does the 4, 8 and 16 ohm switch really change anything? Or is it there for reasons beyond my knowledge and use? Discuss.
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#2
yea the ohm setting does change the tone on your amp for me
i have a valveking 212 tho....
4 is for lighter distortion..and 16 for more.
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#3
I thought the Ohm rating was just for an extension cab.
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#4
Ok, I tried the Ohm thing, and it does infact give more more gain, thank you guitar_master. Also, are there any things on the back I shouldn't touch unknowingly that may mess up my amp?
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