Module 440 Producer Series head question.

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Dale_M
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Module 440 Producer Series head question.

Alright, I've had this amp since November '08 and I freakin' love it. I've been wondering for the past year and a half that I've owned it if it's normal that the distortion/fuzz blends with the input signal? As in, you still hear your clean sound and the distorted sound? I've been wondering if there's any way to fix that because I'd LOVE to hear how the fuzz/distortion in this amp sounds without the clean being blended in, as it seems it would sound amazing. Any help/info appreciated!!

Lucent
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My Peavey has serveral inputs

It allows for you to plug into the normal channel or effects channel by themselves. Or you can plug into parallel or serial inputs which either run the two channels in parallel or serial. So you can get the clean and effects mixed together.

Does your amp have several different input jacks? It may be set up the same as the Peavey.

After looking at the Musicial manual on Peavey.com it looks like you have two seperate channels without the parallel / serial jacks. Not sure why you would get both channels in the output. I think you could also jumper the two together to get a mixed sound.

Here is a link to the Musician manual.

http://www.peavey.com/assets/literature/manuals/musician.pdf

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