#1
Sorry for yet another post, hope nobody minds...

How does two channel amps work generally?

I take it, you can have a overdrive setting, and then with the footswitch, change to the clean channel, and both have seperate volumes and eq's right?

How do effect pedals work with this, can you have a effects pedal only on one channel? or on either the clean or distorted channel

as in, lead channel, then switch to clean channel with delay...?


Thankyou for all your help
#2
You've got the right basic idea. Effects pedals don't really have anything to do with the amp channel. You switch them on and off yourself.
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#3
Yes you can.

The effects from a effect pedal are added before the guitar signal gets to the amp.
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#4
Quote by Footzyrama
Yes you can.

The effects from a effect pedal are added before the guitar signal gets to the amp.


so no way to configure a setting of lead without delay then switching to clean with distortion?
#5
Quote by Epic_chef
Sorry for yet another post, hope nobody minds...

How does two channel amps work generally?

I take it, you can have a overdrive setting, and then with the footswitch, change to the clean channel, and both have seperate volumes and eq's right?

How do effect pedals work with this, can you have a effects pedal only on one channel? or on either the clean or distorted channel

as in, lead channel, then switch to clean channel with delay...?


Thankyou for all your help

Going solely by this statement, no. You need a multi effects pedal or a MIDI controller to do that
#7
you need 2 amps to do that and then have a footswitch not associated with the amp to pick which one is active.........
#8
Quote by sowhat360
you need 2 amps to do that and then have a footswitch not associated with the amp to pick which one is active.........


Successor to the original RG amplifiers, these amps deliver the bone-crushing Randall tone with improved flexibility. The G2 Series continues the breakthrough of professional performance at a practical price now with an even cleaner clean and nastier overdrive. Equipped with updated front panel features and foot switching controls, this amp smokes with 75 watts pumped through a 1x12 Celestion speaker.

- 75 watts RMS
- 2 channels
- 12" Celestion Custom 80
- Overdrive: gain 1 - classic hi-gain,
- Gain 2 - modern hi-gain
- Clean: 3-band EQ
- 3-Band EQ
- Voicing button
- Contour control
- Spring reverb
- 4 button footswitch
- Series loop with level controls
- 4 an 8 Ohm external outs
- Line out with level control
- Ground Lift. // 10


sorry for being so ****, but the series loop and dual channels wont be able to do anything?
#9
Quote by Epic_chef
Successor to the original RG amplifiers, these amps deliver the bone-crushing Randall tone with improved flexibility. The G2 Series continues the breakthrough of professional performance at a practical price now with an even cleaner clean and nastier overdrive. Equipped with updated front panel features and foot switching controls, this amp smokes with 75 watts pumped through a 1x12 Celestion speaker.

- 75 watts RMS
- 2 channels
- 12" Celestion Custom 80
- Overdrive: gain 1 - classic hi-gain,
- Gain 2 - modern hi-gain
- Clean: 3-band EQ
- 3-Band EQ
- Voicing button
- Contour control
- Spring reverb
- 4 button footswitch
- Series loop with level controls
- 4 an 8 Ohm external outs
- Line out with level control
- Ground Lift. // 10


sorry for being so ****, but the series loop and dual channels wont be able to do anything?

The series loop lets you put effects after the pre- and before the poweramp, you can switch between the channels, using a footswitch if you want
#10
The way the footswitches on my Marshall JVM are sett up, it remembers your last f/x loop setting, but you would still have to a bit of tap dancing.

There is no good way to do it w/o havin a pro-like rig.