The Clean channel features its own Volume, Presence, Treble, Mids and Bass controls

The Crunch channel also features its own Volume, Treble, Mids and Bass controls. A two position switch allows you to "beef up" the tone according on how you did set the Depth control on the rear panel. This allows you to sound more like those 60ties amps or those 70ies stacks.

Use the Presence control of the clean channel to refine the tone of your crunch tones when this switch is placed on the left position and the Lead Channel presence control when this switch is placed on the right position.

The Lead channel also features its own Volume, Treble, Mids and Bass controls. The Shaping switch delivers a scooped tone very useful for metal rhythms which use is fully explained in the instruction sheet. It also sports a dedicated Presence control placed at the right of the Master Volume.

You can see here the Master Volume and the Boost Master. You can switch from one to the other through the front panel button, the supplied foot-switch or via MIDI. Use the normal Master for the rhythm and the Boost Master for the solos. The Store button allows you to MIDI store the channels, Boost and Shaping function. The Presence 2 control is dedicated to the Lead Channel.

On the rear panel you find Fuses, the MIDI station and the supplied foot-switch connector.

You will also find 3 small switches which allows you to permanently select the Boost function on a channel of you choice, the Full Power/Half Power switch turns off two the output power reducing the overall output of the amp of 30%, a Direct Out you can use for bi-amping and the Series/Parallel effect loop.

Finally we encounter the Depth control which enhances the bottom end of the Crunch and Lead channels (try this with 7 strings guitars if you want to immediately spend some money in a new amp ;) and the two Speaker out.

... and the supplied foot-switch that allows immediate access to channel selection and Boost function.