#1
I acquired a Guitar Research Amp called The "GR-60R" and I am unable to find any information about it on the internet....It has 2 input jacks, however when 2 are used the second input is ridiculousy softer....Also the overdrive button is sometime stuck on "ON"(even if the button is pushed out). It sounds ok but the main thing is I wanna know what other people say about it. (other than how it sucks because of what I've mentioned above)

Can someone give me a review or opinion of this amp? Does anyone even have it?

Please and Thank you.
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#2
possibly a schecter amp?... i mean its a stretch but they do have guitar research in their name
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#3
If I remember correctly Guitar Research was Sam Ash Music's store brand...either them or Musician's Friend. Don't know too much about 'em, never played one.
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possibly a schecter amp?... i mean its a stretch but they do have guitar research in their name

It definently doesn't have anything to do with Schecter.
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#5
^ just a guess... we dont have sam ash around here so im unfamiliar with them... im pretty sure rogue is musician's friend's store brand
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^ just a guess... we dont have sam ash around here so im unfamiliar with them... im pretty sure rogue is musician's friend's store brand

yeah, now that you mention it, i own a rogue amp, you're right
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#8
Yeah, rogue is MF's house brand.
guitar research is sam ash's.
It's like that cheap piggyback hartke. I have heard it's not very good, but i'm a tone freak. It may sound fine to you.
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#9
The reason it goes all quiet is because you're not supposed to plug two things into it - it has 2 inputs in case you have instruments with different output levels but you're still only supposed to use one at a a time.
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The reason it goes all quiet is because you're not supposed to plug two things into it - it has 2 inputs in case you have instruments with different output levels but you're still only supposed to use one at a a time.


Thing is when either input is used, it sounds fine, but once you plug in a second one then the 2nd input goes near dead.


But I guess if you had instruments that had a really really big difference in output....

Or maybe you're right not both should be used....but then whats the point if its loud on both when you're using one instrument..
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Lol. Sorry, close but no cigar.(Cigars are bad for you anyway)

I got the name right its definently the GR-60R. Its not a tube amp btw its a solid state 55W

Thanks though!
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GFS Twin Overdrive
Way Huge Swollen Pickle
Line 6 DL4
Boss ME-70

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Thing is when either input is used, it sounds fine, but once you plug in a second one then the 2nd input goes near dead.


But I guess if you had instruments that had a really really big difference in output....

Or maybe you're right not both should be used....but then whats the point if its loud on both when you're using one instrument..


Like I said, you're not supposed to use both inputs at the same time, normally with dual input amps using one will bypass the other to prevent you inadvertently overloading the amp - there's nothing wrong with it, you're just doin it rong.
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