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The proper way of setting up a foot board to my amp and guitar

I have a boss ce 20 dual pedal chorus enhancer. how do i hook up my amp. do i need a pre amp also. or some typr of controler

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Run a jack from your guitar to Input R Mono on the pedal.
Run a jack from Output R Mono on the pedal to the input of your amplifier.
There is a switch for guitar or Bass. Put the swich on guitar
You do not need a preamp to use this pedal.
Hope this helps,
Maxx.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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