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Author:  strangedays [ Thu Jan 04, 2007 6:15 pm ]
Post subject:  pick ups sound variation

I apologise for my temporary ignorance,i have just bought a 360 fg,and i would like to know something about rick-o-sound setting.I know that if i put the pick up lever up on rick-o-sound the guitar doesn't sounds,but it's normal that with the lever on central position and on low position the sound is pratically identical? So, The sound you can get with rick-o is based on a variation and nothing more? Thank you, Gabriele.

Author:  Beatlefreak [ Thu Jan 04, 2007 7:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: pick ups sound variation

Gabriele - The Rick-o-sound output is a stereo output on the guitar. You must use either the Rick-o-sound adapter (no longer in production), or a 'Y' cable that has a stereo plug on one end (which goes in the Rick-o-sound jack on the guitar), and two mono plugs on the other ends. These plugs go either into two amplifiers, or two channels on one amp.

The effect gives the neck pickup output to one amp (or channel), and the bridge pickup output to the other.

Author:  strangedays [ Thu Jan 04, 2007 7:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: pick ups sound variation

Thank you again Beatlefreak.Gabriele.

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