#1
I have a Garrison acoustic/electric guitar. I noticed that there is a button on it labeled "B-ch". When pushed in the light next to it turns on red and it has to be held in for the the light to remain on. The thing is, I don't know what it does at all, as holding it in doesn't change the sound of the guitar or anything. Any suggestions to what it might be for?
#2
Could it switch channel on an amp? like an abbrieviation for b channel?

I'm probaly wrong....
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#3
I have that same button, and I dont know what it does..
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#7
yeh,, battery check

mine's got a little switch tht says Phase...im guessing it means a phaser?
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#8
It sounds like your acoustic uses a stereo pickup, the switch will either move the 2 signals in or out of phase with eachother, allowing for 2 different sounds