MusicMan 212HD 130 Guitar Amp

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Music Man Amps reissues are made with the maximum respect to the original philosophy and design created by Tommy Walker in the mid-to late-1970s, with the same long term reliability thanks to our advanced production procedures, state-of the-art testing, quality control facilities and top-quality components.

MusicMan 212HD 130 Guitar Amp

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FRONT PANEL  1-2) INPUT (CH1) Connect your guitar to this input using a standard ¼” shielded instrument cable. INPUT 1 is an highgain input, usually preferable for guitars low-output pickups. INPUT 2 is a low-gain input, especially well-suited to active pickups, high-outputs pickups or guitars equipped with preamps.

3) NORMAL/BRIGHT The bright switch is effective in the upper harmonic region and it is useful in providing extra brightness to your sound beyond the range of the treble control. This is often used to compensate for the loss of brightness that occurs when the amp is being used at low volumes.

4) VOLUME (CH1) This control is the master feed from the end of the preamp channel 1 to the tube power stage.

5) TREBLE The Treble knob controls the amount of high frequencies in your sound.

6) MIDDLE The Middle control regulates the midrange frequencies and it is an important part of your tone shaping, when more bass or treble is desidered, reduce the middle control toward zero and raise the volume control to restore the same over all level.

7) BASS This knob controls the amount of low frequencies in your sound.

8-9) INPUT (CH2) Connect your guitar to this input using a standard ¼” shielded instrument cable. INPUT 1 is an highgain input, usually preferable for guitars low-output pickups. INPUT 2 is a low-gain input, especially well-suited to active pickups, high-outputs pickups or guitars equipped with preamps.

10) NORMAL/BRIGHT This switch boosts upper-treble frequencies, adding brightness to your sound. This is often used to compensate for the loss of brightness that occurs when the amp is being used at low volumes.

11) VOLUME (CH2) This control is the master feed from the end of the preamp channel 2 to the tube power stage.

12) TREBLE The Treble knob controls the amount of high frequencies in your sound.

13) MIDDLE The Middle control regulates the midrange frequencies and it is an important part of your tone shaping.

14) BASS This knob controls the amount of low frequencies in your sound.

15) REVERB Level control for the onboard spring reverb, it determines the amount of signal delay that is mixed with the original signal. Reverb ON/OFF can also be controlled by a DUAL footswitch that can be plugged into the amp’s rear panel (23).

16) INTENSITY Level control for the onboard tremolo; this knob provides a double function: at setting from zero to five, modulation varies from zero to 100% respectively, at settings above five a second modulation pulse is added giving a Doppler effect that simulates a rotating speaker. Tremolo ON/OFF can also be controlled by a DUAL footswitch that can be plugged into the amp’s rear panel (23).

17) SPEED This knob controls the rate at wich tremolo occurs. It is an extremely wide range control and produces some unusual effects.

18) MASTER The Master control sets the output level for both channels. It should always be operated at ten unless distortion is desidered. When distortion is desidered the Master is used to control the output level and the volume control determines the amount of distortion.

19) NORMAL/DEEP The DEEP switch extend the range of bass control. Its primary function is to cut the bass response when playing at extremely high levels. This means extra punch at high volume.

 

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