CONNECTION CONFIGURATIONS
GUITAR
The Decimator “G” String Noise Reduction pedal is the latest
generation in noise reduction technology. Featuring the
same Time Vector Processing that is offered in the regular
Decimator Pedal, but this version tracks the envelope of the
guitar signal directly. The TVP will instantly respond to short
staccato notes and at the same time provide ripple free
control of long sustained notes while downward expanding.
The “G” string pedal is easy to use and simple to operate.
The pedal should always be the last device in the signal chain.
9V DC ADAPTER
LED-WHEN ON EFFECT
IS ENGAGED
DECIMATOR GUITAR OUT
THRESHOLD GUITAR
GUITAR IN
DEC
OUT DEC IN
ACTIVE/BYPASS
SWITCH
THUMBSCREW
BATTERY ACCESS
The threshold control on the “G” string should be adjusted
by listening to the noise floor while no instrument signal is
present. The threshold control should be turned clockwise
until the noise floor becomes inaudible. It may be
necessary to readjust the threshold with the guitar volume
all the way on in order to accommodate the additional noise
the guitar may induce. Adjusting the threshold too far
clockwise may cause the downward expander to attenuate
the output level too quickly and not allow the signal to decay
naturally.
BATTERY/ADAPTER
To install the battery, loosen the thumbscrew shown above
and raise the switch cover to allow access to the battery
compartment. Insert a 9v battery to the connector, place
the battery into its compartment, and close by holding the
switch cover down and tightening the thumbscrew.
To use the “G” string with an external power adapter, select
an adapter with at least 100 milliamps capability at 9 volts
DC. Make sure the adapter is polarized “TIP NEGATIVE.”
WARRANTY & SERVICE
This unit parts and workmanship are fully guaranteed
to be free of defects under normal use and service for
a period of three years from date of purchase. Any
damage resulting from misuse of the failure to follow
the precautions and instructions will void the warranty.
In the event that the unit needs to be repaired, please
return the unit to ISP Technologies directly. Simply
re-pack the unit, send a copy of your original receipt,
a note stating the problem and send it to:
ISP Technologies
5479 Perry Dr. Suite B
Waterford, Mich.48329
ATTEN: Repair Dept.
All shipping charges must be prepaid.
ISP will not be responsible for any damages incurred
in the shipping of any unit. Any claim will need to be
settled with the shipping company. The warranty will
be voided if the serial number has been tampered with.
Should you have any questions for the repair dept prior
to returning the product please call:
PHONE 248-673-7790
FAX 248-673-7696
www.isptechnologies.com

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