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hmmm, a ground and lift switch, google it

EDIT:i googled it and came up with this:

the GND/LIFT switch lifts the chassis ground from the circuit. If you have a lot of 60Hz hum (from your input power) you can flip it to the "Lift" position and eliminate the noise.


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Quote by lp_dude_2
so its kinda like a built in noise gate?


ye, i think so, test it, see wat happens


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i would but its like 6:42 am right now and everyone is asleep, and playing right now would not be a wise decision. and if thats true, then thats cool, even though i spent $120 on an iSP Noise Decimator to do the same thing
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Quote by lp_dude_2
i would but its like 6:42 am right now and everyone is asleep, and playing right now would not be a wise decision. and if thats true, then thats cool, even though i spent $120 on an iSP Noise Decimator to do the same thing


This will only eliminate any noise from your power source, not remove noise from the chain between your guitar and the amp. So, no it's not the same as a noise gate