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PostPosted: Thu, Oct 19, 2017 2:13pm 
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Peter,

In regards to Channel 1 and 2 of the VH4-2 pedal, is the two separate channels just a way to preset a different level of volume and/or gain and be able to tap between....or are they distinct different circuits as told on the Diezel USA webpage:


"Master 1 & 2: Adjusts the overall volume of the pedal. Master 1 for channel 3 of the VH4, and Master 2 for channel 4."

"Gain 1 & 2: Adjusts the amount of gain for the pedal. Gain 1 for channel 3 of the VH4, and Gain 2 for channel 4 of the VH4."


So is Pedal Channel 1 = VH4 CH3 and Pedal Channel 2 = VH4 CH4 ???


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PostPosted: Thu, Oct 19, 2017 9:33pm 
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The channels are similar. channel 1 has more attack, channel 2 has more
upper midrange and gain for lead. You have two gain pots and two master pots.
Give it a try.

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Peter


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PostPosted: Thu, Oct 19, 2017 10:33pm 
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Thank you Peter. Yes going to try the VH4-2


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