The three channels are independent, each has its own gain, volume and 3-band EQ (+ presence for the last channel).
Each channel has its own spirit: Fender, Marshall (Plexi) and Krank.
Noon is commmander for its channels (channel 1, 2, 3 and Channel Mute).
operates with a low!
there is one single branch and we play ....
no manual ... so what?
the gross side of the device gives a vintage touch hearts as I say to jeuns!
In any case it sounds immediately provided the volume is not to .... zero!
I think of "no expert" is what it is worth ... but now I love it!!
nikel clear sound, great second channel and the third ... who send bulk!
I play it with a Warmoth stratocaster and a gibson les paul micro "slash" ... no problem!
This is a pre-amp so I go through the loop of my HT-5 and go out on a cabinet extension for Ibanez TSA15 equipped with a HP 12 "Celestion Seventy 80.
although my very recent purchase is .... is a unit of crazy!
independent equalizer for each channel even when it's really cool and I basically played the first two channels ... and I find it .... perfect!!
jeremy you got (super) bossé well!!
... history will quibble ... why not a little reverb on it??