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These devices are often placed between an instrument and an amplification system to modify the tone and other aspects of the sound of the instrument. Some musicians are using these in place of [[Instrument/Backline Amplifiers|backline amplifiers]] and run their processors directly into their Bose System. Typically these can be run into Channels 3 or 4 of the PS1 powerstand. They can also be run to Channels 1 or 2 with preset #00.
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These devices are often placed between an instrument and an amplification system to modify the tone and other aspects of the sound of the instrument. Some musicians are using these in place of [[Instruments/Backline Amplifiers|backline amplifiers]] and run their processors directly into their Bose System. Typically these can be run into Channels 3 or 4 of the PS1 powerstand. They can also be run to Channels 1 or 2 with preset #00.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:41, 12 November 2006

Guitar Processors

These devices are often placed between an instrument and an amplification system to modify the tone and other aspects of the sound of the instrument. Some musicians are using these in place of backline amplifiers and run their processors directly into their Bose System. Typically these can be run into Channels 3 or 4 of the PS1 powerstand. They can also be run to Channels 1 or 2 with preset #00.

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