Started by justinmorell, January 27, 2024, 12:35:43 PM
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Quote from: justinmorell on January 27, 2024, 12:35:43 PMIs there a way to adjust and/or turn off the signal that is sent to the direct guitar output on the back of the VG-99? Or is it always hard wired to the input that it sits next to?
Quote from: justinmorell on January 27, 2024, 05:56:12 PMThank you Brent. I think I'm following that, but I will have to spend some time trying it out to see if I really am understanding correctly. Ideally, I would like to be able to send the "normal" guitar into the GK, and take it's signal directly out via the guitar out jack, but with the ability to essentially mute its signal via the press of a control switch, leaving only the GK pickup/cosm sound(s). I know I can send the dry normal pickup through one of the two effect chains, but that will mean that I cannot use COSM sounds A and B with their own independent effects that do not also affect my incoming normal pickup sound.
Quote from: Brent Flash on January 27, 2024, 06:34:45 PMMaybe if you tell us what you are using and how it is connected we may have some suggestions.
QuoteI want to be able to set the VG-99 COSM sounds for alternate tunings, and I want to be able to switch from my normal pickups to the alternate tunings seamlessly, with the push of a foot switch, without any audible gap in sound
Quote from: justinmorell on January 28, 2024, 08:55:10 AMI want to be able to set the VG-99 COSM sounds for alternate tunings, and I want to be able to switch from my normal pickups to the alternate tunings seamlessly, with the push of a foot switch, without any audible gap in sound. I like the sound of the normal pickups and will use those most of the time, and need them completely off when I turn on the alternate tuning. Ideally, I would like to be able to use both COSM channels, complete with both effects chains, and not have my normal pickups affected at all by any of the VG-99 effect chain. I have a separate pedalboard that I use to affect the normal guitar sounds, and would simply want to run that into the "guitar in" on the VG-99, and then take the output at the "guitar out", but be able to silence it when needed.