#1
i played one yesterday and i noticed that there are two inputs, low & high sensivity.
what is the difference ?


thanks.
#3
Quote by add666
high and low gain i think


Yes, yes it is.

I'm guessing it is a single channel version.

The 2 channel eliminates this.
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#4
Quote by Kingyem0c0re
Yes, yes it is.

I'm guessing it is a single channel version.

The 2 channel eliminates this.

i don't think it was a 2 channel. but there is a gain knob of course, so what's the point ? is it for high and low output guitars ?
#6
Quote by anewhope
High for passive pickups, low for active pickups afaik

Really? I thought it was for High/Low Gain inputs, not just for the pickups thing too?
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Is there any black people on UG?
I don't think a lot of black people play guitar anymore.

Quote by Oasis-fanatic
they all kinda went extinct after hendrix really.


Needless to say, I lol'ed.

Quote by human panda
Appart from being on UG or wanking, thats what i mostly do
#7
It's nothing to do with pickups, its high sensitivity and low sensitivity... if you get a pedal that acts as a switcher between two amps or something you can effectively use it to make your single channel JCM 800 have two channels as at high volumes the low sensitivity input stays pretty clean.
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#8
Quote by rickmeister
It's nothing to do with pickups, its high sensitivity and low sensitivity... if you get a pedal that acts as a switcher between two amps or something you can effectively use it to make your single channel JCM 800 have two channels as at high volumes the low sensitivity input stays pretty clean.


Haven't I heard that this can blow an amps fuse?
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