JayDawg said:I think you answered my question adouglas. I know the GC just by itself basically gives you different settings as if you re-wired your basses electronics but what I was curious on is if someone was uploading some setting they had for everyone to share but they were also using an effects processor or pedal if that would be uploaded too so when someone else downloaded that same setting and it had let's say a "chorus" effect, would the chorus effect be downloaded as well but it sounds like it would not be. I am kind of computer stupid though so that is why I was wondering.
The GC won't allow you to upload/download any specific effects settings. But I am guessing the website will have a notes field where people could say things like "meant to be played through a spring reverb" or whatever effects usage they use it with.
I just watched Dave Larue explaining TGC HH reflex and noticed that is possible to use for example just bridge coil 1, or just coil 3...etc., right?
My Q is: -does that means that TGC reflex HH contains built in ceramic humbackers from standard Sterling Music Man bass, which including phantom coil(s) under the pickup(s)?
There are no phantom coils in TGC.
Now I must admit that I really don't understand nothing about TGC again!
How did You guys canceled hum in single coil mode than, probably with some electronic circuit like on Bongo's S pickup?
OK, leave that as a factory secret, I will understand perfectly!
But also must admit that I would really like to try one, 'cause I think it's a killer invention in the electric bass (guitar) world!
What is the chance that my local dealer order one, so that customers can try TGC, I mean is there some kind of contract in official dealership about that? (I believe not, depends from dealer, to dealer probably...)
Let me see if I can word this:
If you have a Game Changer bass and an amp that has both an active and a passive input, if you ran one quarter-inch cable from output 1 of TGC into the active input of the amp and one cable from output 2 of TGC into the passive input at the same time, could you get something where when you have the bass set to active it would only be sending signal through output 1 and therefore into the active input of the amp, and when set to passive it would only send signal through output 2 and therefore into the passive input of the amp? This way there would still always be only one channel running into the amp, and whatever level difference there is between active and passive should be made up.
Can you run one quarter-inch cable from output 1 of TGC into the active input of one amp and at the same time run one cable from output 2 of TGC into the passive input of a second amp? Can you get TGC to output signal from both jacks at the same time?