High impedance unbalanced ¼” input used to connect the guitar to the JD7.
Selects between input A or input B (if connected) or the Reamp input on the rear panel.
Adjusts the load on the pickup for more natural sound and feel.
Input level attenuator protects the JD7 against overload from high output instruments such as keyboards.
High impedance ¼” jack used for second guitar is equipped with priority switching jack.
Primary output, used to ground the guitar to the JD7 via the first amp. Equipped with on-off switch.
Transformer isolated outputs used to drive multiple amps. Equipped with on-off switch, ground lift to help reduce noise and 180º reverse to phase-align amps.
Transformer isolated outputs used to drive multiple amps. Equipped with on-off switch, ground lift to help reduce noise, 180º reverse to phase-align amps and effects loops with front panel bypass.
Used to connect the external 15V power supply that comes with the Radial JD7.
High impedance ¼” send and receive jacks designed for guitar pedals are available on outputs 5 and 6. Loop is activated via front panel insert switches.
Reamp XLR Input
Takes pre-recorded balanced line level signal and converts it to a guitar level signal to drive amps and pedals. Equipped with ground lift switch to eliminate noise and input level attenuator to ensure signal is distortion free. Activated using front panel AB selector.
Direct Box XLR Output
Transformer isolated direct box output used to record a dry track. Equipped with ground lift to eliminate noise and 180ºpolarity reverse to phase-align the signal.
Rear panel unbalanced ¼” output is always on. Primarily designated to drive a tuner but may also be used to drive a 7th guitar amp.
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