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  • Question for G Major users - amp channel switching

    Folks:

    Can you use a G Major to switch channels on an amp that has no midi?

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  • #2
    Yes!

    Each patch can be setup to turn the contacts of the outputs on or off. If you have a 'Y' cable (stereo to dual mono) you can alter two switch inputs on your amp. It's pretty nifty.
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    • #3
      It works great for a lot of amps, especially if it's a simple 2 channel amp. I had a jsx, and I had to modify the cable in order to make it work. I regret selling the G major 2

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      • #4
        Can the G-force do that?

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        • #5
          It does not look like the G Force can do that. I took a look at the manual and it seems they did not add the output to change channels.
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