1. ¼” input
2. Power Switches – The upper switch chooses
the full power (40W) or low power (20W) mode,
and sets the amp to standby (power on, but
power amp is not driving the speaker). The lower
switch turns the amp on/off.
3. Gain Lights – When the Footswitch is enabled,
these easy to see LED lights will easily distinguish
which Channel you’re on.
4. Boost – (Gold) this will slightly increase your volume, but thicken your tone with mid-low increases.
(Mercury) fattens your tone and pushes the gain without significantly changing volume.
5. Clean/Crunch – (Gold) Clean mode stays pretty
clean with an open sound Fender® Amps. The
Crunch channel breaks up like a Tweed, but has
bottom end for a great rhythm or blues channel.
6. Bright– Both channels have their own bright
switch, to customize the channel for your guitar.
7. Deep – Adds low mid depth and bottom end
to the Gold (left) channel.
8. Punch – Switched to the left, this will give mid-gain rhythm and lead tones with a Fender®-style
tone. Switch it right for more of a British, high
9. Mid Shift –Switched to the left, for more
focused tone adjustment from the tone knobs.
Switched to the right, this broadens the effect of
those controls, which can be especially effective at
10. Delay – The delay signal is applied in parallel
to your dry signal, so your dry signal never goes
through the internal effect unit.
11. Ducking – This is a digital delay. The mix level
automatically responds to your playing volume,
reducing the level of the delay while you are playing, and increasing the level when you stop.
12. Analog – This is a model of a classic analog
delay pedal, providing a classically warm,
personality-rich sound with subtle modulation.
13. Tape – This is a model that provides classic
darkening echoes, and the organic variations typical of classic tape.
14. Repeats – This knob sets the feedback,
which determines how many repeats of the delay
15. Tap – Tap two or more times on this button to
set the delay time to match the speed/tempo that
16. Reverb – The built-in reverb effects feature
studio-grade digital processing. The 3-position
switch chooses between Plate, Hall and Spring