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    I finally got one (with Red Knobs), and it kicks ass. 8)

    The only problem is that it’s used (no manual) and I’m not exactly sure how to work it. It has an effects loop, but right now I’m just plugging my guitar into by Big Muff which goes into the Wah, which goes into the amp (input one for channel switching mode). I don’t know if this is gonna hurt the amp or what…I’m kinda at a loss.

    In addition, I can’t get the reverb to work (ie, when I hit the footswitch the light goes on but nothing happens). There is a 3 way switch next to the reverb knob that says: Channel 1, Both, Channel 2. I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong, I just had it fixed so I’m pretty sure the reverb isn’t ‘broken’…or at least I hope it isn’t.

    Thanks in advance for any advice.



    i got a few RedKnobs-Dual Showmans and Twins-i luv them.
    Fender ‘over*engineered’ these back in the early 90s which turned off a lot of players but it is a workhorse and that 1st channel will give you the classic Fender Twin sound! if you are using a BM for distortion the 1st channel is the way to go.
    you really dont need the channel switching…i never use the pedal for reverb-assign it to the 1st channel and use the reverb knob to add…
    wonderful amp for all kinds of occasions-sez me :)
    s 8)
    (100 watts and an EFX loop? whats not to love?)



    Ok, so I’ve established that the reverb is broken. I might just get a reverb pedal, the cost to repair might be too much.



    good buy, id like to own a twin someday, they are great fender amps. although im tempted to purchas a metamp

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