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The Guitar Out will connect to the front end of your pedal board or to the input of the amp.This is a consistent signal source for the detector to trigger off of.

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If the amp has a parallel loop then you can still use the G-String with the pedals by inserting the pedals between the Guitar OUT and Decimator IN on the G-String and connect the Decimator OUT to the input of the amp.The jacks labeled Guitar In and Guitar Out is the input of the detector.The intention is to have the guitar connected directly to the Guitar In to feed the detector directly with your dry guitar signal dynamics.Inside the pedal the guitar signal splits off into two signal paths.One path feeds a detector circuit that converts the dynamics of the guitar signal into what we call a control voltage.QUESTION: I have a question on the setup of a Decimator G Sting Pedal.

I’m trying to use the decimator in the effects loop and in front of the amp. When engaging the effects loop on the Peavey pedal, with the Decimator on, the amp is silent.

When engaging the lead channel of the amp, I get a hiss that won’t go away, no matter how much I turn up the Decimator G String.

The amplifier is set at low volume, around 2 on the master.

This is my setup; Fender Strat, Single, Single, Humbucker.

Effects Loop – Decimator-Dec Out/Super Chorus/Digital Delay/Barracuda/Blues Driver to Amp FX Return – Amp FX Send to Decimator-Dec In Front of Amp – Guitar (Strat) to Tuner/Compressor/Fat Boost/Decimator-Guitar In/Decimator-Guitar Out to front of Amp.

This control voltage is fed to a voltage controlled amplifier (VCA) which is the second path in the pedal.