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Guitar Multiple Effects

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Q.What are the main differences between the ME-50 and ME-33?


When compared to the ME-33, the ME-50 differs in the following ・・・

Q.Does the ME-50 have a Phrase Trainer function?


No, the ME-50 does not include a Phrase Trainer function.

Q.When I connect a foot switch to the ME-50, what functions can I control?


An optional foot switch (BOSS FS-5U or similar) can be ・・・

Q.Where should I set the output level knob of my multieffects unit?


The output level knob of your multieffects unit – such as the ・・・

Q.Can I use a foot switch to change patch banks on the ME-50?


You can connect an optional foot switch (BOSS FS-5U or ・・・

Q.How many different effect types can I use simultaneously on the ME-50?


The ME-50 allows you to use eight different effect types ・・・

Q.When using the expression pedal of my ME-series multieffects unit as a volume control, can I set a maximum and minimum volume for the pedal? I'd like to use it as a "booster switch" to raise the volume for solos.


When using the expression pedal as a volume control on an ・・・

Q.Can a guitar or bass with active-type pickups be used with the GT-/ME-series? Is there an input select setting for active pickups?


Guitars and basses with either passive or active pickups can ・・・

Q.What are the main differences between GT-series multieffects such as the GT-3/GT-5/GT-6/GT-8 and ME -series multieffects such as the ME-33/ME-50?


The GT-series multieffects units are designed provide a rich ・・・

Q.Does the ME-50 have an Output Select function to match its sound to different types of amplifiers?


No, the ME-50 does not have an Output Select function.

Q.The sound from a CD or MD player connected to the AUX IN jack on my ME-series multieffects unit is either inaudible or very low in volume. Why is this?


First, make sure that the volume of the CD or MD player is ・・・

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