daveaphotopod Posted January 31 Share Posted January 31 So I've been trying to test out the pod go during band practice, and I had the Friedman amp loaded. My band mates kept mentioning that I was too low. (yes, I am aware that I can adjust the volume at the end of the chain. I just think our other guitarist was too loud, but I digress) But then I decided to load the SLO amp head instead. It is MUCH louder. From what I understand/know, they're both 100 watt amps, and I assume the same amount of headroom. The difference? The channel volume was almost all the way up (sort of) on the Friedman, but about "half way" on the SLO. I understand the master volume. It is suppose to represent and act like the master on an actual amp. But the....ch volume? Shouldn't they all be the same? The quandary that I am running into is that I also looked up a small Fender amp and that was also half way. Turned up the channel volume, gets to be real loud. Am I missing something? Again, I am aware that I can adjust the master and the drive/gain and all that but shouldn't they start at a base level for channel volume? Its odd to me that a small amp can be louder, to my ears, than another amp which SHOULD be louder in reality. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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