Question about Roland Boss DS1 distortion pedal
There should be an input, and an output on your pedal, the connections should be : guitar to pedal input, pedal out put to amp input.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
Testimonial: "Hi JL, thks for reaction! To be clear > the jack of the guit cable is 6,3 stereo , i plug it into pedal,s input. the output is connected to the amp wth a cable wth 2x mono jacs. Direct connection guit-cable to amp works well - but with pedal inbetween not! thks"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Brand new chromatic tuner tu-3
Change the battery first. It could be dying and just barely have enough power to come on at first, but not to do anything else. If that doesn't solve it, you've got a defective one and you can go exchange it.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
There is a small chance it "could" but more likely you would just overdrive the input stage to clipping.
You can try it- you need to keep the viltage input to the amp at 1 volt peak to peak or less, or you run the risk of clipping. You should use shielded cable, as you may also pick up other noise along that cable.
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
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