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 Topic: Cable for K250-4
Re: Cable for K250-4 [message #28181 is a reply to message #28179] Tue, 13 April 2021 01:00
pleat is currently offline  pleat
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Registered: June 2004
Location: Belding, Mi
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If you have a 6 pin XLR connector, The layout should be,
Pin 1 Black Ground,
Pin 2 Red +Voltage
Pin 3 White Trem/Vib
Pin 4 Green Reverb
Pin 5 Blue Boost
Pin 6 Orange Fuzz
This is taken from the K250-4 Lighted Footswitch schematic.
Re: Cable for K250-4 [message #28182 is a reply to message #28181] Tue, 13 April 2021 17:46
genebradley is currently offline  genebradley
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Registered: March 2021
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HI All, thanks for the answers, My Fuzz question needs to be further defined. The K-4's have two controls for the FUZZ, Effect and Level. Effect I think is the amount of fuzz mixed into the signal, The Level I am not sure of. Most fuzz or distortion boxes once you get past 50% or so, you hear a perceived and sometimes real boost in volume. How is this one supposed to work, typically on mine, the Level needs to be at 100% and I get a volume drop from when the fuzz is disabled. Is this the way it works or should there be a volume increase past some point. If that's the way it works no volume increase has anybody in the group modified the circuit to perform a volume boost?
Re: Cable for K250-4 [message #28183 is a reply to message #28182] Tue, 13 April 2021 18:51
stevem is currently offline  stevem
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Registered: June 2004
Location: NY
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I do not own a -4 to help you out with those questions .
 Topic: Is it possible to run 2 K200 B1 amps together
Re: Is it possible to run 2 K200 B1 amps together [message #28184 is a reply to message #28169] Tue, 13 April 2021 20:29
DeadKoby is currently offline  DeadKoby
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Registered: August 2017
Location: Cleveland, OH
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I do this........ I have two of them, and play a Rickenbacker 4001 in stereo through them. Watch for ground loops hooking 2 to one guitar. I make a device to solve ground loop hum though.
Because 6 15" Speakers are barely enough.


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