Using EffectsUpdated 6 months ago
How To Use The Available Effects
Using the Effects
The ToneWoodAmp has three 3 knobs: Effects, Parameter, and Amplitude.
This knob determines which effect is currently used. The ToneWoodAmp has eight effects: Reverb (hall, room, plate), Delay, Tremolo Delay, Tremolo Leslie Style, Auto-wah, and Overdrive.
Turn the Effects knob to scroll through effects. The displayed effect is selected.
NOTE: When selecting ToneWoodAmp effects, you must turn the knob three clicks to get to the next effect. This prevents accidental adjustment during play.
The Parameters knob adjusts the behavior of the effects, each of which has three programmable parameters.
When an effect is selected, the most important parameter in that effect is always selected first by default. You can simply TURN the Parameters knob to adjust this. Clicking the Parameters knob will take you to the second, third, and eventually back to the first parameters.
For example, the Delay effect has Speed, Feedback, and Reverb parameters. The Parameter knob will first adjust the Speed of the delay. Turn the Parameters knob and the display shows the parameter name and current value (0–25) as you turn the knob.
To select the other Delay parameters, click the Parameters knob to cycle to Feedback and Reverb, and then back to Speed.
The Amplitude knob adjusts the effect’s Volume (default) and Gain. Turn the Amplitude knob and the display shows Volume with its current value (0–25). Click the Amplitude knob and turn it to adjust the effect’s Gain.
NOTE: Volume and gain are both programmable within the effect preset but do not affect the ToneWoodAmp’s overall volume. This is set from the Master Gain in the Global Settings Menu.