the input trim pot! if you put it on 0.5, you get a whole new amp, like tuning to DADGAD, music just starts falling out of nowhere...
Is it really new though ?right...but turn the gain knob up to get the distortion back...it's a new amp...
Not new past the gain control, but because of the bright cap and the gain pot taper, that's the first filter in the chain after input impedance, so lowering input trim accesses a new combination of input EQ and distortion...it's strictly preamp characteristic but still previously inaccessible EQ+distortion combinationsIs it really new though ?
Yes, lowering input trim is great for getting lower gain tones from the plexi type amps. If you just turn the gain down they get very bright.0.5 is equivalent to using the Low input jack on amps. If you are using high-output pickups it's often better to use the Low input to get into the sweet spot of the bright cap.
Hey dude, wait one sec, if you don’t mind;0.5 is equivalent to using the Low input jack on amps. If you are using high-output pickups it's often better to use the Low input to get into the sweet spot of the bright cap.
turn up the bright cap value, it's a treble bleed on the gain pot, when you turn the gain pot down it bleeds off bass and makes it get brighter, the higher the value the more it bass it bleeds off as you turn the gain pot down...how do I make it even brighter???