With this redesigned version, you now have total control over the Mach II's gain stages. In addition, you also get a Master control that allows you to use it as an overdrive/distortion unit without changing your signal volume.
The first gain stage is a standard Thruster circuit with no master volume control. It feeds into Channel 2, which makes full use of the Master Volume control.
Stage 2 is made up of the exact circuit as stage 1, but is fed from the output of Stage 1, and then goes directly to the Master control. The Master control allows the user to keep the output volume under control when stages 1 and 2 are set high.
The Master control is operational when both channels are on, or if only Channel 2 is on. There is no need for it to be active with only Stage 1 active.
As before, the Mach II also sports these features:
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