This is from GoldenVulture continuing the former discussion by showing the Chris Squire setup, sorry for the misfire:
Hello; You were a bit quick in closing your thread about stereo jacks.
This should clarify Johnny the Kids reference to Chris Squire and also about the function of stereo jacks.
Many Rickenbackers—both guitars and basses—are equipped to be compatible with a "Rick-O-Sound" unit via an extra "stereo" output socket that allows the two pickups (or neck and middle pickup combined/bridge pickup, in the case of three pickup instruments) to be connected to different effects units or amplifiers.
Using the stereo jack is very common to turn your battery on and off in pedals.
In guitars it is more likely to be feeding out a stereo signal.
- https://myspace.com/mrdsbigband/music/songs - 80's demos and things.
- http://www.soundclick.com/bands/defa...?bandID=804435 -
- https://soundcloud.com/mr-ds-bigband/tracks -
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