G-Major / G-Major 2 / G-System: Channel switching with Marshall amps

Question

I have a Marshall Amplifier. How can I use the G-Major / G-Major 2 / G-System to switch channels on my Marshall Amp?

Answer

Marshall has different amp models which uses different kinds of channel switching systems. We have asked Marshall for more info on their amps, and they kindly responded with the following advice. Please note we do not have the possibility to verify this info. The way our channel switching system works is explained in the G-Major and G-System manual.

For any specific info on the different Marshall Amps, please contact Marshall Amplification Plc.

  • DSL 50 and DSL100 CHANNEL AND REVERB SWITCHABLE WITH Y-SPLITTER LEAD.
  • TSL 60/601/602 and TSL100/122 Requires a special stereo jack to DIN plug lead. This could be wired to either select one of three channels or to control reverb and effects loop switching.  Click Here to see how.
  • DSL 201 CHANNEL CONTROL WITH STEREO JACK LEAD.
  • DSL 401 CHANNEL AND REVERB SWITCHABLE WITH Y-SPLITTER LEAD.
  • AVT 50 CHANNEL CONTROL WITH STEREO JACK LEAD.
  • AVT 150/275 Not controlable with the G-Major (The AVT150 and AVT275 channel switching is done by momentary pulses. The G-Major can unfortunately not send momentary pulses).

Information kindly provided by Marshall Amplification Plc.


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