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The Metal Master is the world’s most advanced heavy metal distortion pedal. DigiTech’s exclusive AudioDNA™ technology is what makes the Metal Master more than your standard distortion stompbox. Rather than working from a single distortion type circuit with tone controls, the Metal Master features a Morph knob which blends between three totally different metal distortion types. This gives you a wide variety of different metal distortion sounds that can be dialed in quickly and easily. 1. Level Knob Controls the effect’s output level. Turn this knob clockwise to increase the output level, and counter-clockwise to decrease output level. 2. Low Knob Controls the boost or cut of low frequencies. Turn this knob clockwise to increase the low frequency content, and counter-clockwise to decrease the low frequency content. 3.AC Adapter Jack Connect a DigiTech PS200R power supply to this jack. Use the proper supply for your area’s Mains line voltage 1 5 2 3 4 6 9 10 11 78
4. High Knob Controls the boost or cut of high frequencies. Turn this knob clockwise to increase the high frequency content, and counter-clockwise to decrease the high frequency content. 5. Morph Knob Morphs between the three different metal distortion voicings. The minimum position is a smooth high gain tone. The 12 o’clock position is a scooped midrange sound. The maximum position is a punchy mid range heavy metal sound that really cuts through the mix. Experiment with the knob’s different positions to hear the wide variety of distortion tones. 6. Input Jack Connect your instrument to this jack. Connecting a guitar cable to this jack engages battery power even though the Indicator LED may not be lit. To prolong battery life, disconnect all cables from the pedal when not in use. 7. Pedal Release Pins These two pins are spring-loaded hinges that hold the pedal in place. Push these pins in to release the pedal from the chassis exposing the battery compartment. (See battery replacement diagram.) 8. Pedal Press the pedal to turn the effect on and off. 9. Out 1(Amp) Jack Connect this output to your guitar amplifier.