#1
The knobs don't have any pointers on them...how do I figure it out?
#2
Turn them all the way to the left, there's 0, turn them all the way to the right, there's 10...
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#4
just like how you figure out the volume on your guitar. turn the knob to change the sound. when it stops, that means it wont go any farther.
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#5
Quote by Zeynex
The knobs don't have any pointers on them...how do I figure it out?

buy a compass?
#6
Quote by greendayguitar
Turn them all the way to the left, there's 0, turn them all the way to the right, there's 10...

^ ya that's right, but how couldn't you figure that out on you're own
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#8
Step 1. Get a sharpie
Step 2.Turn knob all the way left. Mark the spot, and put a dot on the knob.
Step 3. Add Numbers (11 suggested but not always necessary...depends on how much headroom you want).
Step 4. Bask in glory.
#9
my amp goes to 12!!!
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#10
Quote by hamish5178
my amp goes to 12!!!


Yeah, but volume knobs on fenders are like canadian currency. It really only goes up to 8.95 plus tax.
#11
its just numbers! kinda like the JCM 900, it says 20, but it doesnt have what i think would be up to 20 in gain