#1
ive noticed sum amps have these on them? ,,, forgive the noobness but ive neve paid much attention to stuff like plugs :S
Gear:
Dean Razorback V 255 (explosion finish)
Jackson KX10 (amber sunburst)
Yamaha ERG121
random 50 quid acoustic
Randall RG50TC
#2
i think it has to do with impedance or power. idk, mine has the same thing.
#3
ah right, ,, so just what it sounds like? one jack makes a bigger noise, the other one gives a lower noise ,,, okey dokey
Gear:
Dean Razorback V 255 (explosion finish)
Jackson KX10 (amber sunburst)
Yamaha ERG121
random 50 quid acoustic
Randall RG50TC
#4
My amp has a "hi-gain" and "low-gain" inputs. According to the manual, one of them is designed for guitars with especially high output as the other input can be overloaded. There were specific voltage figures but I don't remember what they are. Check the manufacturer's web site.
#6
The low input usually has the signal going through a resistor straight to the first gain stage, whereas the high input will have that plus a resistor to ground in the first stage. This bleeds off some signal if you're using high-output pickups, so that it'll stay clean a bit longer.
#7
If you plug a guitar with high output pickups into the "Low" input, you'll get more breakup, but less headroom.