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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jobu3, Nov 23, 2004.
What does it do?
According to the V-Type operating instructions manual, it "shifts the centre frequency at which the mid control works at, upwards to around 2kHz." The unengaged position (pushed in) gives a slight mid cut at about 1kHz. I typically use the engaged position and it sounds great.
I hope this helps.
Actually, I hate the "shift" position. I never use it.
Use both.....in and out.
The Vtype happens to be my favorite preamp and recording DI at the moment.
I find it quite noticeable , when pulling the midshift on.
I recommend sending it off .
Mine is going in for a overhaul shortly.
I have noticed some problems.
I find it cuts more when it is engaged. Although it can sound a tiny bit "honky" if you go to wild.