#1
ok so i was wondering, on amps that have hi gain inputs and lo gain inputs, could you get an amp switcher or something like that and run it to both hi and lo gain inputs and switch between em?
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#2
I suppose an AB switch would work.
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#3
No, to save money, in the middle of a proformance go "wait everybody, let me just take a second and turn my gain knob" and then you play


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#4
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I suppose an AB switch would work.

That probably would work. If you are looking for less gain, roll down the knob on your guitar
#5
^I doubt that would work very well with a solid state amp, it's more a luxury of us tube snobs.
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#6
the AB switch may or may not work. my VTM has hi and low gain inputs, but if a cable is plugged into both, they both become low gain. what amp is it?
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#7
^Good point, the HRD I had worked like that. If yours is like that then you're screwed.
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#8
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^I doubt that would work very well with a solid state amp, it's more a luxury of us tube snobs.

true dat. Ok. Just get a FS? Oh forget it. AB box
#9
for the most part, that will NOT work. IF a cable if plugged into both sides, it will revert to ussually the low gain one. Some amps may be wired differently however.
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#10
The key is that the amp has two channels rather than a hi and low on the same channel. If the high and low are on the same channel the it'll automatically become low gain. If they really are 2 separate chanels then you might still have phase issuies so you may need a phase switch for one of the channels on your ab box.
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for the most part, that will NOT work. IF a cable if plugged into both sides, it will revert to ussually the low gain one. Some amps may be wired differently however.


agreed, it depends on the amp. EDIT: also what corduroy said.
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#13
corduroyEW is correct.
TS, do you no what high and lo gain inputs are for?
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#14
two amps and then an A/B
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