THE LEGENDARY DIEZEL VH4 TONE NOW AVAILABLE IN A TWO CHANNEL PEDAL FORMAT; When musical architect Peter Diezel created the DIEZEL VH4 in 1994 he unkno...
The USA version has Master 2 on the left and Master 1 on the right.
Effects Pedal Overdrive / Preamp, Based on channels 3 & 4 of the legendary Diezel VH4 amplifier, Works either as an overdrive effect or as an independent preamp, True Bypass, Independent "To Power Amp In" output is...
The European version has Master 1 on the left and Master 2 on the right.
So when watching videos I have to pay attention to which one is being used.
I take it that regardless of which pedal, Master 1 for channel 3 of the VH4, and Master 2 for channel 4.
Can someone explain to me what Master 1 and 2 are best for? Is one more a lead tone than the other? Or are they just both different channels and work it out yourself?
Do you also boost it sometimes with an OD in front with the gain set to zero? Or will that just make mud of the tone?