#1
ok i have a random question that just popped in my head...in an amp with two inputs (like my windsor that has a low an high input), if you separate your signal with a a/b pedal and plug them into each of the inputs, would that kinda give you two channels?
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#3
interesting...thank you sir
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#5
so the difference would just be volume?...how much different?...is the tone affected in any way?
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#6
The only difference would be slight, and by having a lead plugged into both inputs you reduce the output.

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so the difference would just be volume?...how much different?...is the tone affected in any way?


Ya, a slightly higher gain in the "high gain" ( ) input.
#8
haha yeah i meant if it would affect the tone of either channel by having a lead plugged in the other...thanks everyone
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#9
it does a have a slight but noticeable effect, I use it to switch between rhythm and lead volume wise.
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Ya, a slightly higher gain in the "high gain" ( ) input.

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It's a neat idea. I used to do it with my Twin, for a very slight top boost. (going from low to high inputs)