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The pedal looks intimidating, but its actually pretty easy to use once you understand the initial set up. I have
never used a Pedal board and after some trial and error, I figured out how to make it work for my set up.
The easiest way to think about the OC10 is that it has 10 doors that open and close each individual loop. You
1--7 will be used for Efmust have all your pedals in the ON position in order for it to work. In this set up Loops 1
fects going into the effects loop. Ex. Delay, Chorus, Reverb etc (Back end Loops). Loops 88-10 will be used for
Effects going into the Front End of the Amp and Channel Switching. Ex. Distortion, Fuzz etc.
Once you have this basic understanding, it should be pretty straight forward. I hope you find this supplementary manual useful. Half of the battle was figuring out how to make it all work. It works GREAT and it’s life
saver at gigs!
Guitar plugs directly into BUF IN
Short cable from BUF OUT directly into IN8—this links your guitar to the individual Front End (loops 8-10) Pedals
Short cable from BUF OUT directly into IN8
Plug this directly into your Tuners input. You must be in Program mode for the Tuner to work with this set up. Press Tuner/L10 button
in the upper left corner of the OC10 to engage the Tuner.
Connect the SEND cable from your amps Effects Loop into this input
Connect the Return cable from your amps Effects Loop into OUT-1—This completes the Back End Effects Loop for Loops 1-7.
Connect your Pedals into loops 1-7 using each SEND to the input of your pedal and RETURN to the output of your pedal. Each Pedal is
connected to its own loop. In theory though you could connect multiple pedals to one loop if you want them all on at once.
Connect your Pedals into Loops 8-10. Note: if you connect the S8 into the input of your pedal and the R8 into the output of your pedal
and that’s your last pedal, the OUT(8) is the output that goes to the INPUT (where you would normally plug your guitar into) of your
Amp. That completes the Front End Effects.
You can also use S8[N,C], S9[N,C], S10[N,C] if they are not being used to control the channel switching of your amp. Just plug a cable
into the available input and the other end into your footswitch input on your amp.
Amps Footswitch In