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LHW



Southwest Florida

Alone in my principles
Dec 21st, 2016 09:40 AM        

I have a late 80's two channel Fender Princeton Chorus. Can the channels be jumped together without hurting the amp, and if so, how would I do it?<br /> <br /> Thanks!



Cal-Woody



USA/California

Why do I keep fixing things that work?
Dec 21st, 2016 01:34 PM        

If it is the older stereo Princeton Chorus (40 watt), it is solid state and the channels can't be jumpered. If I remember correctly, one input is high gain and the other is a padded input for active pickups, as not to overdrive the input section of your amp. If you overdrive the input on that amp, it sounds really harsh and crappy. <br /> The amp that did this are the Power Chorus and I think the Deluxe 90, which had a mode button to do this. <br /> That is a great little amp and used mine for quite a few years.



reverendrob

FDP Data Goon
Moderator

We all want

our time in hell
Dec 23rd, 2016 12:44 AM        

Yea, there's no jumperable version of that amp I've ever seen. <br /> <br /> It's channel-switching, not two independent channels.



LHW



Southwest Florida

Alone in my principles
Dec 23rd, 2016 08:40 AM        

You are both right, now that I think about it!<br /> <br /> Thanks!



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