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    2

    G-DEC ✧

    Important Safety Instructions
    • This symbol warns the user of dangerous
    voltage levels localized within the enclosure of
    the unit.
    • This symbol advises the user to read all
    accompanying literature for safe operation of
    the unit.
    • Read, retain, and follow all instructions.
    warnings.

    Heed all

    • Only connect the electric line cord to an earth grounded
    AC receptacle in accordance with the voltage and
    frequency ratings listed under INPUT POWER on the
    rear panel of this product.
    • WARNING: To prevent damage, fire or shock hazard, do
    not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
    • Unplug the AC power line cord before cleaning the unit
    exterior (use a damp cloth only). Wait until the unit is
    completely dry before reconnecting it to power.
    • Maintain at least 6 inches of unobstructed air space
    behind the unit to allow for proper ventilation and
    cooling of the unit.
    • This product should be located away from heat sources
    such as radiators, heat registers, or other products that
    produce heat.
    • This product may be equipped with a polarized plug
    (one blade wider than the other). This is a safety feature.
    If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
    contact an electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
    Do not defeat the safety purpose of this plug.
    • Protect the power cord from being pinched or abraded.
    • This product should be serviced by qualified service
    personnel when: the power supply cord or the plug has
    been damaged; or objects have fallen, or liquid has been
    spilled onto the product; or the product has been
    exposed to rain; or the product does not appear to
    operate normally or exhibits a marked change in

    performance; or the product has been dropped, or the
    enclosure damaged.
    • Only use a cart or stand with this product that is
    recommended by this product’s manufacturer.
    • The power supply cord of this product should be
    unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
    period of time, or during electrical storms.
    • Do not drip nor splash liquids, nor place liquid filled
    containers on the unit.
    • CAUTION: No user serviceable parts inside, refer
    servicing to qualified personnel only.
    • Fender® amplifiers and loudspeaker systems are
    capable of producing very high sound pressure levels
    which may cause temporary or permanent hearing
    damage. Use care when setting and adjusting volume
    levels during use.
    FCC COMPLIANCE NOTICE
    This equipment has been tested and found to comply
    within the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
    to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed
    to provide a reasonable protection against harmful
    interference in a residential installation. This equipment
    generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
    energy and if not used in accordance with the
    instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
    communications and there is no guarantee that
    interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
    this equipment does cause harmful interference to
    radio or television reception, which can be determined
    by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
    encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
    more of the following measures: reorient or relocate
    the receiving antenna, increase the separation
    between the equipment and receiver, connect the
    equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
    of the receiver. Consult the dealer or an experienced
    radio/TV technician if help is needed.

    A PRODUCT OF:
    FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION
    CORONA, CALIFORNIA USA
    Trademarks:
    Fender®, G–DEC®, Blackface™ and Dyna–Touch™ are trademarks of FMIC.
    Other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
    © 2006 FMIC. All rights reserved.



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    G-DEC ✧

    3

    Introduction
    G–DEC® Guitar Digital Entertainment Center includes
    everybody in the band but you! Inside G–DEC you
    will find a versatile drummer, skilled bass player and
    flexible accompanist for virtually any style of music.
    And for you, the guitarist: G–DEC is a warehouse of
    amplifiers and effects, and what’s better—these are
    ready for your sound check!
    Turn the G–DEC Data Wheel to access a diverse
    collection of band setups. 50 permanent presets
    furnish a diverse collection always available to you.
    Another 50 rewritable presets store the bands that
    you create for your music and playing style.
    G–DEC is the ultimate practice tool whether you are
    just starting out or playing professionally. As a
    beginner, you can have an instructor plug into the

    rear input. To learn a new song you can plug your CD
    or MP3 player into the G–DEC and play along. For
    difficult licks you can record a phrase and play it in a
    continuous loop—at half speed if necessary!
    Seasoned players enjoy G–DEC as a songwriting
    partner or jamming buddy.
    G–DEC also has MIDI ports which allow you to link
    up with other G–DEC players to trade presets.
    Connect G–DEC to your computer* to backup
    presets or play General MIDI files through G–DEC!
    It’s time to jam—with G–DEC at your command!

    *MIDI capable sound card (or MIDI-to-USB device) and
    MIDI software required.

    Features
    Each G–DEC Preset is a complete “band!” Modify any component or select another from the G–DEC arsenal:
    • 17 Guitar Amplifiers, each with Gain, Volume, Tone, Compressor, Timbre and Noise Gate parameters
    • 29 studio-quality Effects (many in stereo), each with 4 adjustable parameters
    • 10 Reverbs with adjustable levels
    • 70 Drum Patterns (+1 Metronome) with Tempo, Key, Drum Level, Bass Level and Accompaniment Level parameters
    G–DEC MIDI ports provide expanded functionality with your computer and other G–DEC players!
    • Trade and backup presets
    • Play MIDI files
    • Update G–DEC software if necessary
    • Front panel MIDI IN and MIDI OUT ports
    G–DEC delivers world-class Fender tone and world-standard Fender quality!
    • Second input jack for a friend or instructor
    • On–board digital chromatic tuner
    • Phones jack can be used with stereo headphones or as a stereo line out jack
    • Shoulder strap
    • 14-second Phrase Sampler
    • On-board General MIDI synthesizer

    Thank you for choosing Fender®
    — To n e , Tr a d i t i o n a n d I n n o v a t i o n — s i n c e 1 9 4 6


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    Control Panel Overview

    A. INPUT - Plug your guitar in here.
    B. PHONES - Plug in your headphones for private
    listening or connect a pair of powered speakers (such
    as commonly used with computers); the G–DEC
    speaker mutes automatically. Enjoy the G–DEC’s
    many stereo effects through this jack. You can also
    connect PHONES to “Audio In” on your computer to
    record with your favorite recording software. NOTE:
    You will need the proper cables, adapters and/or
    equipment for these connections.
    C. DRUMS - Press to access the Drums Mode menus
    (see page 10).
    D. START-STOP - Press to start and stop the drum loop.
    The START-STOP button flashes in time with the tempo.
    You can also use START-STOP to set the tempo:
    Shortcut 1—Hold START-STOP while rotating the Data
    Wheel.
    Shortcut 2—Hold DRUMS while tapping START-STOP
    to the beat, to set the tempo by “feel.”
    E. TUNER - Press to activate the Tuner (the G–DEC
    speaker mutes automatically).
    F. PHRASE SAMPLER - Use the Phrase Sampler to
    record up to 14 seconds of G–DEC audio for playback.
    Press:
    Record—to start sampling
    Play—to playback the phrase
    Stop—to end a recording or playback in progress
    You can change the recording source, playback speed
    and many other Phrase Sampler settings through the
    Auxiliary/Phrase Mode menus (see page 10).



    G. DISPLAY - Shows you information about the current
    preset in Play Mode (see page 8), and menus of G–DEC
    settings when you press a Mode button {C, H}.
    H. AUX / UTILITY / FX / AMP - Press to access the
    corresponding Mode menus (see pages 9-11).
    I. SAVE - Saves the current G–DEC settings to a user
    preset (U00-U49).
    J. EXIT - Press to return to Play Mode.
    K. DATA WHEEL - Selects presets in Play Mode and
    adjusts G–DEC settings in the other Modes.
    L. VOLUME - Adjusts the overall loudness of the G–DEC.
    M. TONE - Adjusts the tone characteristics of your guitar.
    The Tone control does not affect the Drum section or
    the Auxiliary Input sound.
    N. MIDI IN/OUT - To transfer presets from your G–DEC:
    Connect MIDI OUT to the MIDI IN port on another
    G–DEC (or your computer) using a MIDI cable. Then
    use Utility Mode (see page 11) and initiate either a
    “Dump Preset” to transfer the current preset, or a
    “Dump All” to transfer all presets. The receiving G–DEC
    will prompt you to select a preset to overwrite before a
    “Dump Preset” is completed.
    To play General MIDI files on your computer through
    your G–DEC: Connect MIDI OUT on your properly
    configured computer sound card (or interface), to MIDI
    IN on the G–DEC. Then load and play the file in your
    MIDI playback software on your computer.

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    G-DEC ✧

    5

    Rear Panel

    O. POWER - Switches the G–DEC on-off.
    P. POWER CORD SOCKET - Connect your G–DEC to an
    A/C outlet using the included power cord.
    Q. FUSE - Protects your G–DEC from electrical faults.
    Replace a blown fuse only with the type and rating
    specified below the fuse holder. To remove the fuse
    holder: Unplug the G–DEC power cord from the socket
    to expose the fuse holder. Use a small screwdriver to
    pry out the fuse holder using the notch on top.

    R. AUX IN - Auxiliary input for your CD o r MP3 player.
    Playback music through your G–DEC for
    accompaniment or to learn songs. Connect the
    (headphones) output on your player to the AUX IN
    “RCA” jacks using the proper cable or adapter. You can
    select a “focus” filter and adjust the auxiliary input level
    through the Aux Mode menus (see page 10).
    S. INPUT - An extra input for an instructor or a friend to
    plug into.

    How Do I...?
    START OR STOP DRUM LOOP?
    Press START–STOP.

    ADJUST DISPLAY CONTRAST?
    Press and hold EXIT while
    rotating the Data Wheel.

    SAVE MY CURRENT CHANGES?
    Press SAVE, rotate the Data Wheel,
    then press SAVE again.

    SWITCH DRUM PATTERNS?
    Press DRUMS, then
    rotate the Data Wheel.
    SWITCH PRESETS?
    Rotate the Data Wheel
    (in Play Mode).

    USE THE TUNER?
    Press TUNER.

    RETURN TO PLAY MODE?
    Press EXIT.

    RECORD /PLAY A PHRASE?
    Press Record / Play.

    MODIFY PHRASE SAMPLER
    AND AUX INPUT FUNCTIONS?
    Use AUX Mode (see page 10).

    RENAME A PRESET?
    Press UTILITY, then
    rotate the Data Wheel.

    SWITCH GUITAR EFFECTS?
    Press FX, then
    rotate the Data Wheel.

    SWITCH GUITAR AMPS?
    Press AMP, then
    rotate the Data Wheel.

    Play Mode Shor tcut—Press
    and hold this button while rotating the Data Wheel to make a quick adjustment without leaving Play Mode.
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    Play Mode
    Play Mode is the normal G–DEC mode, active at start-up. Play guitar, select presets and play the drum loop
    (or the phrase sampler) in Play Mode. Press EXIT to return to Play Mode from any other mode (Play Mode
    activates automatically after 60 seconds of inactivity in the other modes).
    Information about the current preset is displayed in Play Mode:

    PRESET NUMBER

    PRESET NAME

    (Highlighted if preset is modified.)

    MEASURE “1”
    (“1” appears each time the Drum
    Loop reaches the first measure.)

    GUITAR AMPLIFIER TYPE
    DRUM TEMPO

    EFFECTS TYPE

    (Beats Per Minute) or,
    during phrase playback,
    “Phrase On” appears here.

    REVERB TYPE

    BASSLINE KEY

    DRUM PATTERN

    Menu Navigation
    You can adjust a huge variety of G–DEC settings through the menus of 5 different modes. Press AMP, FX, DRUMS,
    AUX or UTILITY (repeatedly) for menus, then turn the Data Wheel to adjust the highlighted menu’s setting.
    MENU SHORTCUT: First, press AMP, FX, DRUMS, AUX or UTILITY to enter that mode. Then, press and hold the
    same mode button while rotating the Data Wheel to navigate menus—in both directions!

    MENU ITEMS

    PARAMETER (SETTING)

    Current selection
    is highlighted.

    MODE



    (of highlighted menu item)

    DATA WHEEL

    BUTTONS

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    7

    Amp Mode
    Use AMP Mode to select an amplifier type (first menu), then modify that amplifier’s settings in menus 2–9.
    Menu
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9

    Amp Menu Items
    AMP TYPE
    GAIN
    AMP VOLUME
    BASS
    MIDDLE
    TREBLE
    COMPRESSOR
    TIMBRE
    NOISE GATE

    Settings—(Function)
    Tweed–1, 2, 3, Blackface–1, 2, 3, Dyna-Touch–1, 2, 3, 4, British–1, 2, 3, Modern–1, 2, 3, Acoustic
    1-10 — (Adjusts amplifier distortion level.)
    1-10 — (Adjusts the volume of the current amplifier relative to other presets.)
    1-10 — (Low frequency tone.)
    1-10 — (Mid-frequency tone.)
    1-10 — (High-frequency tone.)
    Off, Low, Medium, High, Super — (Moderates volume range and provides sustain.)
    None, Full Body, Full Stack, Razors Edge, Bright Lite, Bass Boost, Nu Metal, Super Bright, Acoustic — (Tone filters.)
    Off, Low, Medium, High, Super — (Cuts low volume noise.)

    FX/Reverb Mode
    Use FX/Reverb Mode to select an effect type (first menu), then modify that effect’s settings in menus 2–6.
    Effect Type
    Menu 1
    NONE
    MONO DELAY
    TAPE DELAY
    STEREO TAPE DELAY
    DUCKING DELAY
    REVERSE DELAY
    AUTOPAN DELAY
    SINE CHORUS
    TRIANGLE CHORUS
    SINE FLANGE
    TRIANGLE FLANGE
    PHASER
    TREMOLO
    RING MODULATION DELAY
    PITCH SHIFT
    TOUCH WAH
    FIXED WAH
    VIBRATONE
    AUTOSWELL
    ALIENATOR
    RESOLVER
    FUZZ
    OVERDRIVE
    TOUCH WAH FUZZ
    FUZZ DELAY
    OVERDRIVE DELAY
    CHORUS DELAY
    FLANGE DELAY
    PHASE DELAY
    ALIENATOR DELAY

    Effect Settings (for the Effect selected in Menu 1)
    Menu 2
    Menu 3
    Menu 4



    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Level
    Rate
    Depth
    Level
    Rate
    Depth
    Level
    Rate
    Depth
    Level
    Rate
    Depth
    Level
    Rate
    Depth
    Level
    Rate
    Depth

    Menu 5

    Brightness
    Flutter
    Flutter
    Release
    Reverse Feedback
    Brightness
    Average Delay
    Average Delay
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Duty Cycle

    Menu 6

    Input Level
    Brightness
    Brightness
    Response
    Brightness
    Input
    Stereo
    Stereo
    Stereo
    Stereo
    Stereo
    Release

    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level
    Level

    Delay Time
    Feedback
    Maximum Frequency
    Maximum Frequency
    Depth
    Response
    Minimum Content
    Attack
    Low Tone
    Mid Tone
    Octave Mix
    Delay Time
    Delay Time
    Delay Time
    Delay Time
    Delay Time
    Delay Time

    Feedback
    Pre-Delay
    Voice Type
    Voice Type
    Stereo
    Rate
    Maximum Content
    Release
    High Tone
    High Tone
    Voice Type
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Feedback

    Ring Mod Frequency
    Pitch
    Response
    Frequency
    Rotor Speed
    Attack
    Content
    Bit Depth
    Gain
    Gain
    Gain
    Gain
    Gain
    Rate
    Rate
    Rate
    Content

    Delay Output Level
    Detune
    Minimum Frequency
    Minimum Frequency
    Doppler Effect
    Depth
    Tone
    Tone
    Octave Level
    Low Tone
    Response
    Delay Level
    Delay Level
    Depth
    Depth
    Depth
    Delay Level

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    FX/Reverb Mode (continued)
    Use FX/Reverb Mode to select a reverb type (menu 7), and adjust reverb level (menu 8).
    Reverb Type
    Menu 7
    NONE
    AMBIENT
    SMALL ROOM
    LARGE ROOM
    SMALL HALL
    LARGE HALL
    ARENA
    SMALL PLATE
    LARGE PLATE
    SPRING
    63 SPRING

    Reverb Level
    Menu 8
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10

    Drums Mode
    Use DRUMS Mode to select a drum pattern (first menu), then modify that drum pattern’s settings in menus 2–6.
    Menu
    1

    Drum Menu Items
    DRUM PATTERN

    2
    TEMPO
    3
    KEY
    4
    DRUM LEVEL
    5
    BASS LEVEL
    6 ACCOMPANIMENT LEVEL

    Settings
    1 Drop, 16 Hats, 32 Hats, 4 Beat, 5 On 4, 50 Shuf, 80 Funk, 80s Hop, Aerwalk, Ballad, Beastly, Bossa, Chicago, Clave, Classic, Country, Dblkick,
    Dblshuf, Disco, Dr Hop, Drive, Euro, Fever, Fiesta, Funk, Feelin, Grind, Grunge, Halves, Hardroc, Haze, Hiphop, Jazz, Kid, Latin, Latpony,
    Levee, Lilith, Mambo, Metal, Metrono, Miami, Party, Pop, Popstar, Punkpop, Reggae, Ride, Rock101, Rocbell, Rocbluz, Rock, Rocker, Salsa,
    Samba, Shaker, Shuffle, Ska, Smoke, So Bell, Soul, Speed, Steely, Surftom, Swedes, Swing, Train, Trouble, Viking, Waltz, Western
    30-240 Beats per Minute
    A, A#, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#
    1-10
    1-10
    1-10

    Auxiliary/Phrase Mode
    Use AUX/Phrase Mode to adjust the AUX IN jack settings (menus 1–2).
    Use AUX/Phrase Mode to adjust the Phrase Sampler settings (menus 3–7).
    Menu
    1

    Aux Menu Items
    AUX INPUT LEVEL

    2

    AUX FILTER

    3

    PHRASE LEVEL

    4

    PHRASE MODE

    5

    PHRASE SOURCE

    6

    PHRASE SPEED

    7

    PLAYBACK

    Settings—(Function)
    1-10 — (Adjusts the volume of whatever you have connected to the AUX IN jacks.)
    None, Bass Focus, Bass Cut, Drum Focus, Lead Focus, Guitar Cut — (Use to accent different musical areas.)
    1-10 — (Phrase playback level.)
    Freeform, 4 Beat Lead — (Record with or without a lead in. 4 Beat Lead adjusts measure length for correct timing.)
    Aux In, Drums, Aux In + Drums, Guitar, All — (Select the source(s) that the Phrase Sampler records.)
    NOTE: To include drums in the sample (Source set to “All”), start the Drum Loop before you press Record.
    Normal, Half Speed — (Phrase playback speed.)
    Once, Repeat — (Playback the Phrase one time, or in an endless loop.)



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    Utility Mode
    Use UTILITY Mode to rename presets, lock memory, transfer presets (MIDI) and manage the system.
    Menu Utility Menu Items
    1 EDIT PRESET NAME
    2
    MEMORY LOCK
    3
    DUMP PRESET
    4
    DUMP ALL
    5 FACTORY RESTORE
    6
    AMP UPDATE

    Procedure—(Function)
    Rotate Data Wheel, then follow the instructions displayed on screen.
    Rotate Data Wheel — (Prevents accidental preset saves and MIDI dumps, but NOT a Factory Reset, see below.)
    Press SAVE — (Transfers the current preset to another G–DEC or computer connected to the MIDI OUT port.)
    Press SAVE — (Transfers ALL presets to another G–DEC or computer connected to the MIDI OUT port.)
    Press SAVE twice — (Restores every G–DEC setting to the original settings. OVERRIDES MEMORY LOCK.)
    (Reserved for future G–DEC software updates.)

    G-DEC® MIDI Guide
    MIDI OVERVIEW
    The G–DEC is well equipped to handle a number of useful
    MIDI functions. MIDI stands for “Musical Instrument
    Digital Interface” which is a language that lets multiple
    digital musical items (keyboards, effects, synthesizers,
    computers, etc.) communicate with each other. This
    document can’t possibly cover all the MIDI possibilities
    you may encounter. If you desire more information, visit
    http://www.midi.org online or search for “MIDI” using
    your favorite search engine.

    MIDI-to-Computer
    Interface

    Basic MIDI Setup

    Computer—USB or Game Port

    The most basic MIDI operations on the G–DEC require
    use of a MIDI interface device connected to a personal
    computer. Most MIDI interface devices will use USB or
    the game port on older PCs and are available at most
    musical instrument retailers. Refer to the interface
    manufacturer for proper device setup. To get the most out
    of the G–DEC MIDI capability, connect the MIDI In port on
    the G–DEC to the MIDI Out port on your MIDI interface
    with a standard MIDI cable. Also connect the MIDI Out
    port on the G–DEC to the MIDI In port on your MIDI
    interface. See figure for connections.
    Dumping and Loading Presets
    The above configuration will allow you to dump and load
    presets to and from the computer. To dump any one or all
    presets (see Utility Mode page 11) you will need third
    party software running on the PC. Search for a MIDI
    librarian utility or SYSEX utility from your favorite search
    engine online that works with your specific computer. You
    will need an application that accepts SYSEX dumps from
    external devices. Within your selected software package,
    you will need to configure MIDI ports and tell the
    application to wait to receive a SYSEX dump. Consult the


    documentation for your specific SYSEX application on
    how to perform these tasks. Once configured, you can
    then dump presets to a “.SYX” file which then can be
    posted or emailed to share with other G–DEC users.
    To load a preset into the G–DEC you will also need third
    party software running on the PC. The same application
    used for receiving SYSEX dumps will most likely be able
    to send SYSEX data as well. Load a G–DEC preset file
    (ending in .SYX) into your configured SYSEX application
    and send the preset. The G–DEC is always ready to
    receive these files. Once a valid preset file is received by
    the G–DEC, it will bring you to the Save prompt (see How
    Do I...? on page 7 for the Save function).

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    Updating the G–DEC Software
    The above MIDI configuration will also allow you to
    update your G–DEC software if and when an update
    becomes available from Fender, downloadable from
    http://www.fender.com. G–DEC update information will
    be made available from the download site. In general, to
    perform this operation, access the “Amp Update” item in
    the Utility Menu (see Utility Mode, page 11) and follow the
    on-screen instructions. Press Save to start the process.
    When the G–DEC states it is ready to receive a MIDI
    Update, use your selected SYSEX application (the same
    used for preset dumps and loads) to send the G–DEC
    update file to the amp. Other important instructions may
    be included with the update package.
    Using the On-Board Synthesizer with an External
    Controller
    The G–DEC has a full General MIDI compatible
    synthesizer on board that may be triggered using an
    external MIDI controller. Simply connect the MIDI Out
    port of your MIDI controller device (typically a keyboard
    or PC) to the MIDI In port on the G–DEC. Set your MIDI
    controller device onto any channel other than 10 and it
    will control the onboard G–DEC synthesizer (channel 10
    is used for a drum kit). To change voices, use the
    appropriate program change message on your MIDI
    controller. Consult the MIDI controller device
    documentation on how to perform this function on your
    specific controller. Refer to the Appendix for channels of
    General MIDI voicings.

    Advanced MIDI sequence applications will allow you to
    create your own MIDI songs for playback on the G–DEC.
    Note also that the G–DEC does not store MIDI files
    onboard. It simply “streams” the MIDI song data to the
    onboard synthesizer and requires a connection to the PC
    or MIDI sequencer at all times for this functionality.
    If you would like to construct a MIDI song of your own
    using some of the patterns onboard the G–DEC simply
    play the pattern you would like and record as much MIDI
    Out data from the G–DEC as you desire using your MIDI
    sequence utility application on the PC. Note this will not
    record any guitar audio, simply MIDI data from the
    patterns. You can then modify and arrange patterns into
    songs using your MIDI sequencer software application
    and stream the resulting file back to the G–DEC as
    mentioned above. Refer to the Appendix for channels of
    General MIDI voicings.
    Connecting Two G–DECs Together
    You may also share presets directly from one G–DEC to
    another by simply connecting the two G–DECs with a
    standard MIDI cable. Connect the MIDI cable to the MIDI
    Out port of the G–DEC that holds the preset you want to
    share. Then connect the other end of that MIDI cable to
    the MIDI In port on the G–DEC into which you wish to
    load the preset. Then follow the Dump Preset procedure
    (see Utility Mode, page 11) on the G–DEC that holds the
    preset you want to share.

    Streaming MIDI Files to the G–DEC
    If you wish to play any available General MIDI file from
    your PC through the G–DEC, you will need a third party
    PC application that is able to play MIDI files to an external
    MIDI port. Search for a MIDI player or MIDI sequence
    utility from your favorite search engine online that works
    with your specific computer. Consult the documentation
    for your application on proper configuration. Once
    properly configured, play any MIDI file (typically a file with
    the .MID extension) from your MIDI player or sequence
    application. The MIDI Out port of your MIDI interface
    device must be connected to the MIDI In port on the
    G–DEC. Note that if the song is playing but sounds
    cluttered, make sure any MIDI thru function in your
    application is disabled, or simply unplug the MIDI cable
    from the MIDI Out port on the G–DEC. The G–DEC
    always outputs any MIDI information received on the
    MIDI In port on the MIDI Out port which may result in a
    repeated loop if your application has MIDI throughput
    enabled.


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    Another fun thing to try with two G–DECs is to connect
    them with a MIDI cable as described above for a
    synchronized jam session or lesson! On the G–DEC with
    the MIDI Out port connected, select a desired preset to
    jam along with. On the other G–DEC select any guitar
    tone desired. Then press Start/Stop on the first G–DEC to

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    start the drum pattern. The MIDI data is then sent from
    the first G–DEC to the second and is synchronized. Now
    you are both able to jam along to the same synchronized
    drum pattern with two different guitar tones!

    APPENDIX: MIDI CHANNEL – (Any except Channel 10)
    PROGRAM CHANGE

    GENERAL MIDI

    1

    (Grand) Piano 1

    33

    Acoustic Bass

    2

    (Bright) Piano 2

    34

    Finger Bass

    3

    (Electric Grand) Piano 3

    35

    Picked Bass

    4

    Honky-Tonk Piano

    36

    Fretless Bass

    5

    Electric Piano 1

    37

    Slap Bass 1

    6

    Electric Piano 2

    38

    Slap Bass 2

    7

    Harpsichord

    39

    Synth Bass 1

    8

    Clavi

    40

    Synth Bass 2

    9

    Celesta

    41

    Violin

    10

    Glockenspiel

    42

    Viola

    11

    Music Box

    43

    Cello

    12

    Vibraphone

    44

    Contrabass

    13

    Marimba

    45

    Tremolo Strings

    14

    Xylophone

    46

    Pizzicato Strings

    15

    Tubular Bells

    47

    Orchestral Harp

    16

    Santur

    48

    Timpani

    17

    Drawbar Organ

    49

    String Ensemble 1

    18

    Percussive Organ

    50

    String Ensemble 2

    19

    Rock Organ

    51

    Synth Strings 1

    20

    Church Organ

    52

    Synth Strings 2

    21

    Reed Organ

    53

    Choir Aahs

    22

    Accordian (French)

    54

    Voice Oohs

    23

    Harmonica

    55

    Synth Voice

    24

    Tango Accordian

    56

    Orchestra Hit

    25

    Acoustic Guitar (Nylon)

    57

    Trumpet

    26

    Acoustic Guitar (Steel)

    58

    Trombone

    27

    Electric Guitar (Jazz)

    59

    Tuba

    28

    Electric Guitar (Clean)

    60

    Muted Trumpet

    29

    Electric Guitar (Muted)

    61

    French Horn

    30

    Overdriven Guitar

    62

    Brass Section

    31

    Distortion Guitar

    63

    Synth Brass 1

    32

    Guitar Harmonics

    64

    Synth Brass 2

    PROGRAM CHANGE

    GENERAL MIDI

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    APPENDIX (continuation): MIDI CHANNEL – (Any except Channel 10)
    PROGRAM CHANGE

    GENERAL MIDI

    PROGRAM CHANGE

    GENERAL MIDI

    65

    Soprano Sax

    97

    FX 1 (Rain)

    66

    Alto Sax

    98

    FX 2 (Soundtrack)

    67

    Tenor Sax

    99

    FX 3 (Crystal)

    68

    Baritone Sax

    100

    FX 4 (Atmosphere)

    69

    Oboe

    101

    FX 5 (Brightness)

    70

    English Horn

    102

    FX 6 (Goblins)

    71

    Bassoon

    103

    FX 7 (Echoes)

    72

    Clarinet

    104

    FX 8 (Sci-Fi)

    73

    Piccolo

    105

    Sitar

    74

    Flute

    106

    Banjo

    75

    Recorder

    107

    Shamisen

    76

    Pan Flute

    108

    Koto

    77

    Blown Bottle

    109

    Kalimba

    78

    Shakuhachi

    110

    Bag Pipe

    79

    Whistle

    111

    Fiddle

    80

    Ocarina

    112

    Shanai

    81

    Lead 1 (Square)

    113

    Tinkle Bell

    82

    Lead 2 (Sawtooth)

    114

    Agogo

    83

    Lead 3 (Calliope)

    115

    Steel Drums

    84

    Lead 4 (Chiff)

    116

    Woodblock

    85

    Lead 5 (Charang)

    117

    Taiko Drum

    86

    Lead 6 (Voice)

    118

    Melodic Tom

    87

    Lead 7 (Fifths)

    119

    Synth Drum

    88

    Lead 8 (Bass + Lead)

    120

    Reverse Cymbal

    89

    Pad 1 (Fantasia)

    121

    Guitar Fret Noise

    90

    Pad 2 (Warm)

    122

    Breath Noise

    91

    Pad 3 (Polysynth)

    123

    Seashore

    92

    Pad 4 (Choir)

    124

    Bird Tweet

    93

    Pad 5 (Bowed)

    125

    Telephone Ring

    94

    Pad 6 (Metallic)

    126

    Helicopter

    95

    Pad 7 (Halo)

    127

    Applause

    96

    Pad 8 (Sweep)

    128

    Gunshot

    Access G-DEC® Drums from an External Controller
    The G-DEC synthesizer also contains a standard drum kit
    accessible using MIDI channel 10 using a program change
    value of 1 (which may be set on most MIDI controller



    devices). Most MIDI notes on the keyboard correspond to
    a different instrument within the standard drum kit (not all
    notes are used). Other drum kits are available on MIDI
    channel 10 using program change values 9, 17, 25, 26, 33,
    41, 49, 57, or 127.

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    Specifications
    TYPE:

    PR 520

    PART NUMBER:

    2350000000 (120V, 60Hz) US

    2350000900 (120V, 60Hz) US DS

    2350001900 (110V, 60Hz) TW DS

    2350003900 (240V, 50Hz) AUS DS

    2350004900 (230V, 50Hz) UK DS

    2350005900 (220V, 50Hz) ARG DS

    2350006900 (230V, 50Hz) EUR DS

    2350007900 (100V, 50Hz) JPN DS

    2350009900 (220V, 60Hz) ROK DS

    POWER REQUIREMENTS:

    50W

    POWER OUTPUT:

    15W RMS into 8Ω @ 5%THD

    POWER AMP INPUT IMPEDANCE:

    1MΩ

    FUSES:

    630mA, 250V for 100/110/120V versions

    315mA, 250V for 220V/230V/240V versions

    DIMENSIONS

    HEIGHT: 15.75 in (40 cm)

    WIDTH: 13.75 in (35 cm)

    DEPTH: 7.25 in (18.5 cm)

    WEIGHT:

    16.5 lb (7.4 kg)

    Product specifications are subject to change without notice.



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