GUITAR AMPLIFIER Owner's Manual Mode d'emploi

GUITAR AMPLIFIER Owner's Manual Mode d'emploi
GUITAR AMPLIFIER
GUITAR AMPLIFIER
Owner’s Manual
GUITAR AMPLIFIER
GUITAR AMPLIFIER HEAD
Mode d’emploi
Bedienungsanleitung
Manual del Usuario
Manuale di Istruzioni
SPEAKER ENCLOSURE
SPEAKER ENCLOSURE
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions
contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories
and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables.
Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all
installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could
void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply
with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for
Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use
of this product in a residential environment will not result in
harmful interference with other electronic devices. This
equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the
users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regula-
tions does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all
installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF”
and “ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of
the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the
antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead,
change the lead-in to co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate
retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America,
Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena
Park, CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
CANADA
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB003 du Canada.
• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
• Ceci ne s’applique qu’aux produits distribués par Yamaha Canada Musique Ltée.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri—Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og
type. Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Använd samma
batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av
apparattillverkaren. Kassera använt batteri enlight
fabrikantens instruktion.
VAROITUS
NEDERLAND / NETHERLAND
• Dit apparaat bevat een lithium batterij voor geheugen back-up.
• This apparatus contains a lithium battery for memory back-up.
• Raadpleeg uw leverancier over de verwijdering van de batterij op
het moment dat u het apparaat ann het einde van de levensduur
afdankt of de volgende Yamaha Service Afdeiing:
Yamaha Music Nederland Service Afdeiing
Kanaalweg 18-G, 3526 KL UTRECHT
Tel. 030-2828425
• For the removal of the battery at the moment of the disposal at the
end of the service life please consult your retailer or Yamaha
Service Center as follows:
Yamaha Music Nederland Service Center
Address : Kanaalweg 18-G, 3526 KL UTRECHT
Tel
: 030-2828425
• Gooi de batterij niet weg, maar lever hem in als KCA.
• Do not throw away the battery. Instead, hand it in as small chemical
waste.
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda
paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin.
Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Connecting the Plug and Cord
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW : EARTH
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN
: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connected
to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the
safety earth symbol or colored GREEN or GREEN-and-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
• This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha-Kemble Music (U.K.) Ltd.
The exclamation point within the equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within the equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electrical shock.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INFORMATION RELATING TO PERSONAL INJURY, ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
AND FIRE HAZARD POSSIBILITIES HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN THIS LIST.
WARNING- When using any electrical or electronic product, basic precautions should always be followed. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
1.
Read all Safety Instructions, Installation Instructions,
Special Message Section items, and any Assembly Instructions
found in this manual BEFORE making any connections, including connection to the main supply.
2.
Do not attempt to service this product beyond that described in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servicing
should be referred to qualified service personnel.
3.
Main Power Supply Verification: Yamaha products are
manufactured specifically for the supply voltage in the area
where they are to be sold. If you should move, or if any doubt
exists about the supply voltage in your area, please contact your
dealer for supply voltage verification and (if applicable) instructions. The required supply voltage is printed on the name plate.
For name plate location, please refer to the graphic found in the
Special Message Section of this manual.
4.
DANGER-Grounding Instructions: This product must be
grounded and therefore has been equipped with a three pin attachment plug. If this product should malfunction, the ground
pin provides a path of low resistance for electrical current, reducing the risk of electrical shock. If your wall socket will not
accommodate this type plug, contact an electrician to have the
outlet replaced in accordance with local electrical codes. Do
NOT modify the plug or change the plug to a different type!
5.
WARNING: Do not place this product or any other
objects on the power cord or place it in a position where anyone
could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over power or connecting cords of any kind. The use of an extension cord is not recommended! If you must use an extension cord, the minimum
wire size for a 25' cord (or less) is 18 AWG. NOTE: The smaller
the AWG number, the larger the current handling capacity. For
longer extension cords, consult a local electrician.
6.
Ventilation: Electronic products, unless specifically
designed for enclosed installations, should be placed in locations
that do not interfere with proper ventilation. If instructions for
enclosed installations are not provided, it must be assumed that
unobstructed ventilation is required.
7.
Temperature considerations: Electronic products should
be installed in locations that do not seriously contribute to their
operating temperature. Placement of this product close to heat
sources such as; radiators, heat registers etc., should be avoided.
8.
This product was NOT designed for use in wet/damp locations and should not be used near water or exposed to rain. Examples of wet /damp locations are; near a swimming pool, spa, tub,
sink, or wet basement.
9.
This product should be used only with the components
supplied or; a cart ,rack, or stand that is recommended by the
manufacturer. If a cart, rack, or stand is used, please observe all
safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory
product.
10.
The power supply cord (plug) should be disconnected from
the outlet when electronic products are to be left unused for extended periods of time. Cords should also be disconnected when
there is a high probability of lightening and/or electrical storm
activity.
11.
Care should be taken that objects do not fall and liquids are
not spilled into the enclosure through any openings that may exist.
12.
Electrical/electronic products should be serviced by a
qualified service person when:
a. The power supply cord has been damaged; or
b. Objects have fallen, been inserted, or liquids have been
spilled into the enclosure through openings; or
c. The product has been exposed to rain; or
d. The product does not operate, exhibits a marked change
in performance; or
e. The product has been dropped, or the enclosure of the
product has been damaged.
13.
This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing
sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT
operate for a long period of time at a high volume level or at a
level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or
ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist.
IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period
before damage occurs.
14.
Some Yamaha products may have benches and/or accessory mounting fixtures that are either supplied as a part of the
product or as optional accessories. Some of these items are designed to be dealer assembled or installed. Please make sure that
benches are stable and any optional fixtures (where applicable) are
well secured BEFORE using. Benches supplied by Yamaha are
designed for seating only. No other uses are recommended.
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL
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Thank you for purchasing a Yamaha DG Series Guitar Amplifier.
The DG Series Digital Guitar Amplifiers were initially conceived and entirely developed by Yamaha.
These digital guitar amps deliver powerful tube amp sounds and offer superior stability compared to
other tube amplifiers. With eight different amp type settings from which to choose, the DG Series
Guitar Amplifiers allow you to create a wide variety of original sounds. A total of 128 sound settings
can be stored in their internal memory and freely recalled using the panel buttons or a MIDI foot
controller. Also, the DG Series Guitar Amplifiers are equipped with four on-board digital effects
(reverb, tremolo, chorus and tape echo) that can be utilized to add sonic color to your tonal creations, and a speaker simulator to add realistic speaker simulation to the line out signal. Its high
level of quality and easy to use controls will enable you to create a wide variety of tonal colors.
The S412V enclosure is equipped with four 30 cm Celestion “Vintage 30” speakers and has a power
rating of 240 watts.
The S112 enclosure is equipped with a 30 cm Celestion “G12H-100” speaker and has a power
rating of 100 watts.
To get the best results and longest life out of your DG Series Guitar Amplifier, we recommend that
you carefully read this manual, and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
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Contents
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Precautions ................................................................... 5
The Panel Controls ...................................................... 6
■ Front Panel ...................................................................... 6
■ Rear Panel ...................................................................... 7
Connecting Speakers .................................................. 8
■ For the DG100-212A ....................................................... 8
■ For the DG80-210A/DG80-112A ..................................... 8
■ For the DG130HA ........................................................... 8
How to use your DG Series Amplifier ........................ 9
■ First, achieve sound output ............................................. 9
■ Adjust the TRIM level ...................................................... 9
■ Sound Settings ................................................................ 9
■ Reverb Settings ............................................................... 9
■ Effect (Tremolo, Chorus, Tape Echo) Settings ................ 9
Utility Mode ................................................................. 12
■ Creating a Program Change Table ................................ 12
■ Set the MIDI Receive Channel ...................................... 12
■ Set the MIDI Merge ....................................................... 12
■ MIDI Bulk Out ................................................................ 12
■ MIDI Bulk In .................................................................. 12
■ MIDI Transmission/Reception between
DG series amplifiers. ................................................. 13
■ Speaker Simulator ON/OFF .......................................... 13
■ Set the Volume Pedal Position ...................................... 13
Error Messages .......................................................... 14
Specifications ............................................................. 15
MIDI Implementation Chart ....................................... 17
Patch List .................................................................... 18
Recall and Store ......................................................... 10
■ Recall Memory (Recall) ................................................ 10
■ Store Settings ............................................................... 10
Easy to Use Functions ............................................... 11
■ Using MIDI to Recall Memory ....................................... 11
■ Using MIDI to Control Volume ....................................... 11
■ Controlling Reverb, Tremolo, Chorus
and Tape Echo via MIDI ......................................... 11
■ Speaker Simulator ........................................................ 11
S412V/S112
Using the S412V/S112 ................................................ 16
Precautions
● Avoid using your amplifier and speaker in the following locations
to prevent possible damage:
• In direct sunlight or next to heating equipment.
• Extremely cold or hot locations.
• Locations exposed to high humidity or excessive dust.
• Locations subject to strong shocks or vibration.
● Before making any connections, make sure that the power on
the amplifier and any external devices is switched OFF.
● To protect the speaker from possible damage, always set the
OUTPUT knob to “0” before switching the power ON/OFF.
● When connecting a speaker to this unit make sure to turn OFF
the power first.
● Do not apply excessive force to the switches and controls.
● Your Yamaha guitar amplifier is a precision musical instrument.
Handle it with care and avoid dropping or bumping it.
● Operating temperatures will rise during use. Make sure the
amplifier is used in a well-ventilated area. The DG130HA should
be placed in a position were there is at least 30 cm (12”)
clearance from the wall on the sides, top and back of the
amplifier.
● For safety, always remove the power plug from the AC wall
outlet if there is any danger of lightning striking in your area.
● Keep the amplifier away from neon signs or fluorescent lighting
to prevent noise pickup.
● To prevent damage and possibly electrical shock, never open
the case and tamper with the internal circuitry.
● Never use benzene, thinner or other volatile liquids for cleaning,
as these chemicals may cause damage or discoloration to the
finish. Always use a dry, soft cloth to wipe off dust and dirt.
About the Backup Battery
(DG series Guitar Amplifiers)
A backup battery (lithium battery) is used to keep internal data
(settings) from being lost, even when the power cord is unplugged.
Internal data will be lost when battery power is depleted, so it is
recommended that data be stored to an external data recorder
such as the Yamaha MIDI Data Filer MDF3 (→ page. 12), or keep
records of settings in memo form. The average battery life span is
about 3 years. When replacement becomes necessary contact
the music store where the unit was purchased, or a qualified service representative, to perform the replacement.
• Do not attempt to replace the backup battery by yourself.
• Keep the backup battery out of reach of children.
• “E6” appears in the display when the battery becomes depleted.
Internal data may be lost.
• Data may be lost if the unit is improperly handled or if repairs are
performed.
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DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
The Panel Controls
■ Front Panel
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w
e
* The DG100-212A is shown in the illustration.
r
t
y
q Input Jack (INPUT HIGH, LOW)
Connect the guitar to this jack. Guitars with a high output level should be
connected to the LOW jack. Those with low output levels should be connected to the HIGH jack.
* Switch the power OFF before connecting the guitar.
w Trim Control (TRIM)
Used to match the guitar’s output level to the pre-amp’s input level. (→
page 9.)
i
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4 !5
!7
!6
* When the Amp Select button is pressed, knobs r – y return to their preset
positions (GAIN and MASTER =7, Tone Controls all = 5). The position of
the REVERB knob does not change.
o Reverb Type Select Button (REVERB)
!0 Reverb Type Display Lamp (SPRING, HALL, PLATE)
Press the
button to select the reverb type. The lamp corresponding to the selected reverb type will light. (→ page 9.)
* TRIM level settings are not stored in memory.
!1 Mode Select Button (MODE)
!2 Mode Display Lamp (AMP/EFFECT/UTIL.)
e Output Level Control (OUTPUT)
Displays the currently selected mode.
Used to control the output volume of the power amp.
Sets the amount of output of sound created by the preamp’s GAIN,
MASTER, Tone Controls, etc. The volume is controlled without changing the tonal quality of the amp.
• AMP (Amp Mode)
Normal playing mode. All knobs and buttons on the panel function as
marked. (Dual function knobs and buttons will function according to
their lower indications.)
This mode is automatically engaged whenever a memory is recalled.
* Output level settings are not stored in memory.
* Has no affect on the level (volume) of the LINE OUT @4 jack.
r Gain Volume (GAIN)
Used to control the amount of distortion.
* Sound is not produced if the GAIN is set to 0, even when the MASTER VOLUME t is turned up.
When the Effect Mode is engaged, the GAIN knob is used to adjust the
tremolo’s SPEED setting. (→ page 9.)
t Master Volume (MASTER)
Used to control the overall volume of GAIN and tone control settings. It
also controls the output level of the preamp.
* Master level settings are stored in memory.
When the Effect Mode is engaged, the MASTER knob is used to adjust
the tremolo’s DEPTH setting. (→ page 9.)
y Tone Controls
(TREBLE, HIGH MID, LOW MID, BASS, PRESENCE)
Used to control the levels of their respective frequencies.
When the effect mode is engaged, it is possible to make the following
adjustments; (→ page 9.)
• TREBLE, HIGH MID, LOW MID → chorus’ SPEED, DEPTH, LEVEL
• BASS, PRESENCE → tape echo’s TIME, FEED BACK
u Reverb Volume (REVERB)
Used to control the amount of the reverb. (→ page 9.)
When the Effect Mode is engaged, the REVERB knob is used to adjust
the tape echo’s LEVEL setting. (→ page 9.)
i Amp Select Button/Amp Select Display
(LEAD 1, 2/DRIVE 1, 2/CRUNCH 1, 2/CLEAN 1, 2)
Used to select one of the eight preset amp types. The currently selected amp type is shown on the display. (→ page 9.)
When the Utility Mode is engaged, these switches are used to switch
MIDI functions and the Speaker Simulator ON or OFF, etc. (→ page 12.)
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u
• EFFECT (Effect Mode) → page 9
The Effect (tremolo, chorus, tape echo) setting mode.
When in the Amp Mode, press the
button once and quickly
release to enter the Effect Mode.
• UTIL. (Utility Mode) → page 12
This mode is used to set MIDI functions, switch Speaker Simulation
ON or OFF and set Volume Pedal position. When in the Amp Mode or
Effect Mode, press the
button and hold for about one second to enter the Utility Mode.
!3 Display
Displays Memory Numbers, Program Change Numbers, the MIDI Channel, etc.
!4
/
Buttons
Increases or decreases the memory number by 1. Also, increases or
decreases values by 1. In the Utility Mode increases/decreases values
by 1 or sets the function ON/OFF. Values change continuously when the
button is pressed and held.
!5 Store Button (STORE)
Press this button to save current sound settings to internal memory. (→
page 10.) Also, used to carry out MIDI Bulk Out operations. (→ page
12.)
!6 Recall Button (RECALL)
Recalls the settings stored in memory. Use the
/
lect a memory number (01 – 128), then press the
recall those settings from memory. (→ page 10.)
buttons to sebutton to
!7 Power Switch (POWER)
The power switch for the amplifier.
* To protect the speakers from possible damage, always set the OUTPUT e
volume to “0” before turning the power ON/OFF.
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
The Panel Controls
■ Rear Panel
Before making any connections, make sure that the power on the DG amplifier and any external devices is switched OFF.
!9
@0
* The DG80-112A is shown in the illustration.
@1
@3
@2
@4
@5
!8
OUT
On the DG100-212A, you can connect the internal
speaker or, an external speaker to the amplifier.
On the DG80-210A/DG80-112A, you can connect
the internal speaker or, an external speaker or, the
internal speaker plus an external speaker to the
amplifier.
On the DG130HA, connect speaker(s) to the amplifier.
IN
Mixer or additional amp
External Effector
MIDI IN
Store data from the DG amplifier’s
internal memory to a MIDI device.
MIDI OUT
STATUS
DATA/CTRL
BANK MSB/MAX
BANK LSB/MIN
TOGGLE ON-OFF
/NUMBER OF PGM
8.8.8.
DEC ±10 INC
/NO
/YES
MEMORY
EDIT
PC
EDIT
WRITE
/EXIT
A MIDI Controller can be used to
select memory and control
volume.
!8 Speaker Jack (SPEAKER)
DG100-212A: The internal speaker is connected to the amp.
DG80-210A/DG80-112A: Equipped with 2 speaker jacks. The internal
speaker is connected to the SPEAKER 1 jack.
DG130HA: Equipped with 2 speaker jacks.
Refer to the “Connecting Speakers” section on page 8 for
instruction on the connection of speakers to the amp.
!9 MIDI OUT Jack
An external effector can be inserted into the signal circuit between the
SEND/RETURN jacks. This allows further processing of the tone signal,
created by the main unit, by an external effector. Use the BLEND knob
to control the balance level between the external effector’s sound (EFFECT) and the sound created by the DG amplifier (DRY). Rotating the
knob fully to the EFFECT position allows only the sound produced by
the external effector to be heard. Rotating the knob fully to the DRY
position allows only the internal sound created by the amp to be heard,
without the added coloration of the external effector.
Connect this jack to the MIDI IN jack of a device that can save MIDI
data. The data stored in the DG amplifier’s internal memory can then be
transmitted to an external MIDI device for storage. (→ page 12: MIDI
Bulk Out)
Also, transmits MIDI data received by the MIDI IN jack @0, to an external
device when MIDI Merge is set to ON. (→ page 12.)
* Connecting a plug to the RETURN jack disconnects the internal circuit. The
signal returning from the effector enters the internal circuit here, where it
goes on to the power amp → speaker. When the RETURN jack is not in use,
the BLEND knob will have no affect.
@0 MIDI IN Jack
@4 Line Out Jack (LINE OUT)
@5 Line Out Level Control (LINE OUT LEVEL)
Connect this jack to a MIDI Foot Controller’s MIDI OUT jack, and the
external foot controller can be used to control the DG amplifier. Memory
selection, volume control, effects can all be controlled via an external
foot controller. (→ page 11.)
Also, memory data stored in an external storage device can be re-loaded
into any DG amplifier’s internal memory. (→ page 12 MIDI Bulk In)
@1 Effect Blend Control (EFFECT BLEND)
@2 Effect Send Jack (EFFECT SEND)
@3 Effect Return Jack (EFFECT RETURN)
Also, the SEND jack can function as a pre-out jack, and the RETURN jack
can function as a main-in jack.
The same signal that is sent to the speaker output jack !8, is also sent
to the LINE OUT jack at a line level (+4 dBm / 600 Ω). The amp also has
an internal Speaker Simulator (can be switched ON/OFF → page 13.),
the output level can be controlled with the LINE OUT LEVEL knob. The
line signal can be sent to a mixer and can be used as an output jack to
an external amp.
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DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Connecting Speakers
Before connecting speakers to the speaker jack(s) check the power rating and impedance of the speaker and make sure
they meet or are within the requirements recommended for the equipment.
■ For the DG100-212A
The amplifier’s internal speaker (4 Ω) is connected to the speaker jack.
If it is necessary, you can disconnect the internal speaker and connect
an external speaker to the speaker jack.
When an external speaker is used, make sure the speaker(s) meets the
following requirements.
• A power rating of at least 100 W, impedance of 4 – 8 Ω.
■ For the DG80-210A/DG80-112A
The amp’s internal speaker (8 Ω) is connected to the SPEAKER 1 jack.
The SPEAKER 2 (EXT) jack can be used to add an external speaker(s).
Also, if necessary, you can disconnect the internal speaker to connect 2
external speakers directly to the amp. The two speaker jacks are connected in parallel. When external speakers are used, make sure the
speakers meet the following requirements.
Total Impedance
If two or more speakers are to be connected, you must take into
consideration the total impedance of the speakers.
Speakers normally have an impedance of 4, 8 or 16 Ω. When two
or more speakers are used together, the total impedance will
change according to the manner in which the speakers are connected.
● Connecting in a series
The total impedance equals the impedance of the 1st speaker +
2nd speaker + 3rd speaker + …
When three speakers are connected in a series, as shown below, the total impedance will be 24 Ω.
● When one speaker jack is used.
• A power rating of at least 100 W, impedance of 4 – 16 Ω.
• The total impedance for the speakers in a circuit must not be less
than 4 Ω.
● When both speaker jacks are used.
• Speakers connected to each jack must have a power rating of at
least 100 W, and impedance of 8 – 16 Ω.
• The total impedance for the speakers in a circuit must not be less
than 4 Ω.
■ For the DG130HA
● Connecting in a parallel series
The total impedance =
When three speakers are connected in a parallel series, as shown
below, the total impedance will be about 2.7 Ω.
The amp is equipped with two speaker jacks. The two speaker jacks are
connected in parallel. Make sure the speakers meet the following requirements.
● When one speaker jack is used.
• Power rating of at least 130 W, impedance of 4 – 16 Ω.
• The total impedance for the speakers in a circuit must not be less
than 4 Ω.
● When both speaker jacks are used.
• Speakers connected to each jack must have a power rating of at
least 100 W, and impedance of 8 – 16 Ω.
• The total impedance for the speakers in a circuit must not be less
than 4 Ω.
For the DG80-210A/DG80-112A
The two speaker jacks are connected in a parallel circuit internally therefore, adding a 4 Ω external speaker to the 8 Ω internal
speaker results in a total impedance of 2 Ω. In order to maintain a
minimum impedance of 4 Ω, an 8 Ω speaker or greater must be
used as an external speaker.
Internal Speaker 8 Ω
8
External Speaker
Greater that 8 Ω
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
How to use your DG Series Amplifier
To protect the speaker from possible damage, always set the OUTPUT knob to “0”
before switching the power ON/OFF.
■ First, achieve sound output
■ Reverb Settings
1. With the DG amplifier’s power switched OFF, connect your guitar to the INPUT jack on the front panel. To start with, try using
the LOW jack.
1. Press the REVERB button to select a reverb type. Each time
the REVERB button is pressed, the type will cycle through
SPRING → HALL → PLATE settings. The lamp for the selected
reverb type will light.
2. With the OUTPUT knob set to “0”, switch the power ON.
4. Once you have sound output, proceed to set the TRIM level as
described in the following section.
2. Use the REVERB knob to adjust the amount of reverb.
* Reverb settings (type and REVERB knob settings) will remain in affect,
even if the AMP SELECT button is pressed to change the amp type. When a
different memory number is recalled, the reverb settings for that memory
number will then be in affect.
■ Adjust the TRIM level
■ Effect (Tremolo, Chorus, Tape Echo) Settings
The TRIM level allows you to set the output level of the guitar to an
optimum level that matches the DG amplifier’s INPUT jack. With a well
adjusted TRIM level, subtle picking nuances and the attack of a strong
strum can be clearly heard. An improperly adjusted trim level will result
in noise, feedback, and/or a cut up sound.
1. Press the
button so that the EFFECT lamp is lit.
When the EFFECT mode is entered each knob, GAIN — REVERB, will rotate to the positions set in the memory.
3. As a starting point, set the TRIM level to “5” and strum the guitar. Then, gradually raise the OUTPUT level.
* The output level between guitars does vary. Whenever you switch guitars, it
will be necessary to readjust the trim level to match the guitar.
* HIGH and LOW input levels are different. Even if the same guitar is used,
make sure the TRIM level is readjusted whenever a different input jack is
used.
* Even when creating distortion, make sure that the TRIM level is properly
adjusted, and use the GAIN control to produce distortion.
1. Set the guitar’s volume to its maximum level and powerfully
strum the guitar. Begin to adjust the TRIM level.
An optimum level is achieved when the Green LED is lit.
2. Continue rotating the TRIM knob to the right, so long as the
Red LED does not light. Set the TRIM level to “10” if the Red
LED does not light.
* If the Red LED still does not light, lower the TRIM level, connect the
guitar to the HIGH input jack and repeat the previous procedure.
■ Sound Settings
Choose one of the DG amplifier’s eight preset amp types, then use the
GAIN+MASTER, and tone controls to shape the guitar’s sound.
1. Choose an amp type using one of the AMP SELECT buttons.
The selected amp type button’s LED will light.
2. Use the GAIN, MASTER, and the five tone controls to shape the
guitar’s sound.
HINT OUTPUT knob and MASTER knob
Turning either knob will change the volume. The MASTER knob
controls the preamp’s master volume. This setting is stored in
memory. The OUTPUT knob controls the power amp’s volume.
This setting is not stored in memory. Volume levels for individual
memory settings should be set with the MASTER knob. The
speaker’s output level should be controlled with the OUTPUT knob.
* When an AMP SELECT button is pressed, all knobs (except TRIM,
OUTPUT and REVERB) will return to their preset positions. (GAIN
and MASTER = 7, all tone controls = 5. To save edited settings, refer to
the “Store Settings” section on page 10.)
2. Use the GAIN — REVERB knobs to adjust the amount of each
effect as needed.
● Tremolo Effect
• GAIN (SPEED: Tremolo Speed)
Sets the speed of the Tremolo Effect (the speed at which the effect’s
volume is increased and decreased). Rotate the knob to the right to increase the speed.
• MASTER (DEPTH: Tremolo Depth)
Sets the depth of the Tremolo Effect (the upper and lower limits of the
effect’s volume). Rotate the knob to the right to produce more effect.
● Chorus Effect
• TREBLE (SPEED: Chorus Speed)
Sets the speed of the Chorus Effect (the speed at which the effect’s pitch
is raised and lowered). Rotate the knob to the right to increase the speed.
• HIGH MID (DEPTH: Chorus Depth)
Sets the depth of the Chorus Effect (the upper and lower limits of the
effect’s pitch). Rotate the knob to the right to produce more effect.
• LOW MID (LEVEL: Chorus Level)
Sets the mix level of the Chorus Effect.
● Tape Echo Effect
• BASS (TIME: Echo Time)
Sets the amount of time between the sounding of the string and the echo
sound (the amount of time it takes between one echo and the next).
Rotate the knob to the right to increase the amount of time.
• PRESENCE (FEEDBACK)
Sets the length of time that the echo will repeat. Rotate the knob to the
right to increase the length of time. Rotating the knob too much can result in uncontrollable feedback, please use caution.
• REVERB (LEVEL: Echo Level)
Sets the echo’s volume level.
3. When the setting procedure is complete, press the
or
button and the AMP lamp will light.
Each of the GAIN — REVERB knobs will revert to the positions
they were to prior to entering the EFFECT mode.
* Effect settings will remain in effect even if the AMP SELECT button is pressed
to select another amp type. When you recall a different memory number
with the “Recall Memory” function (refer to page 10), the settings for that
memory number’s effect will then be in affect.
With the procedures on this page, you can create an
original sound (settings), and along with the reverb
and effect settings they can be stored in the DG
amplifier’s internal memory for instant recall at anytime. The procedure for storing data in memory is explained on the next page.
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DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Recall and Store
Preset setting data, specially created by Yamaha for the DG Series Amplifiers, is installed in memory numbers 1-80 when the amplifier is shipped from
the factory. (Refer to the “Patch List” on page 83.)
Setting data contains Amp Type and its settings (GAIN, MASTER, Tone Control, Reverb, Tremolo, Chorus and Tape Echo) that you can recall freely and
use at any time. Motor drives in the knobs will automatically set the knobs to the corresponding positions. Also, any settings that you create can be saved
(store) to any of the memory numbers 1 – 128. After creating a favorite sound, try saving it.
■ Recall Memory (Recall)
■ Store Settings
Sound settings stored in memory can easily be recalled by selecting a
memory number.
1. Use the procedure on page 9 and create a sound using the
eight preset amp types and control knobs on the front panel.
* Each of the Utility Mode’s settings cannot be stored in individual memory.
When the power is switched OFF, each memory’s settings are stored in
memory as common settings. When the power is turned ON, those settings are recalled.
When a memory is recalled, the current settings will be
changed. If you want to keep the settings, use the Store operation, described on the right side of this page, to store settings to memory.
1. Press the
will light.
button, the AMP or EFFECT mode display
2. Use the
/
buttons to select the memory number you
want to recall. The memory number will appear on the display
(flashing).
3. Press the
button. The flashing memory number will
light. Each of the knobs, and the Amp Select Display will change
according to the data recalled from memory.
* Settings will not change until the
button is pushed.
* TRIM and OUTPUT knob settings will not change with the Recall operation.
* It takes anywhere from 1 – 10 seconds for the knobs to change to their
set positions however, internal settings (sound) will change instantly.
* “E1” will appear on the display if the volume knob does not go to its
assigned position, or the device does not recognize the recall command
after 20 seconds has elapsed from the start of the recall operation. Continued use of the device in this condition may result in fire or electrical
shock. Take the unit to the music dealer where you purchased it, or to the
nearest Yamaha Service Center for repair.
2. Press the
lamp will light.
button, the AMP or EFFECT mode display
3. Using the
/
buttons, select a memory number to which
the settings will be saved. The memory number will flash in the
display.
* Press and hold either of the
/
buttons makes memory numbers
cycle rapidly.
* The third digit of the memory number (100 – 128) is represented by a dot
between the two digits.
Example) 128 is displayed as →
4. Press and hold the
button for about one second, until
“8.8” appears on the display.
Release the button, the flashing memory number will then light
indicating the setting is saved to memory.
* TRIM and OUTPUT settings cannot be stored in memory. Use the MASTER knob to set backing and soloing levels.
The memory number to be stored.
Flashing → 8.8. → Lights
Execute Store
The memory number to be recalled, shown on
the display, goes from flashing to lit.
Lights
Execute Recall
Lights
Select the memory number to be recalled.
A MIDI foot controller or other external MIDI device can
be used to select and recall memory. Refer to the following page to page 13 for details.
Data stored in memory (1 – 128) can be saved to an external MIDI storage device. Refer to page 12 for details.
Initialize the memory
HINT Some hints on storing memory numbers
While holding both the
button and
button,
turn the Power Switch ON, the initialize to factory preset operation will be carried out and the entire memory will be returned to
its factory preset condition.
When storing data to memory numbers, divide the memory numbers 1 – 128 into several groups.
Recalling memory numbers from these groups is much more convenient. For example:
• Create groups according to the amp type used (LEAD1, DRIVE 1, etc.).
• Create groups based on sound types (Distortion, Clean, etc.)
• Create groups based on live performance song lists.
• Create groups based on the type of guitar used (humbucker, etc.).
When the initialize operation is carried out, data in memory numbers 1-80 will be re-written with data in the Patch List and the
data in memory numbers 81 – 128 will also be reset to their factory preset condition. Any data you have saved to memory will be
erased, so we strongly recommend that you save any important
data to an external MIDI device or document the settings before
carrying out the operation.
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Select the memory number.
It is also a good idea to keep a chart handy listing the types of
sounds are stored in memory numbers.
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Easy to Use Functions
MIDI commands can be used to select memory numbers, control the reverb, tremolo, chorus and tape echo effects, and control
volume on the DG amplifier. A speaker simulator can also be applied to the LINE OUT signal.
What is MIDI?
MIDI is the acronym for Musical Instruments Digital Interface. MIDI is a world-wide standard communication interface
that allows MIDI compatible musical instruments, computers and other MIDI devices to share musical information and
control one another regardless of instrument type or maker.
■ Using MIDI to Recall Memory
Program changes sent from a Yamaha MIDI Foot Controller MFC10, etc., or
an external MIDI device can be used to recall settings in the DG amplifier’s
memory.
1.
1.
Using procedures 1. and 2. in the previous “MIDI Memory Recall”
section, connect the external MIDI device and set the MIDI receive
channel.
2.
Next, select the volume control position.
→ For instructions on the setting procedure, refer to page 13 “Set the
Volume Pedal Position”.
3.
In this condition, number 7 control change data transmitted from
an external MIDI device will now control the DG amplifier’s volume.
* The DG amplifier does not except MIDI control changes other than numbers
7 and 91 to 94.
* For more information on transmitting control data, refer to your external
MIDI device’s owner’s manual.
* Even if another memory number is selected, main volume data will not change.
* When the power is switched ON, main volume data is set to its maximum
level.
* After the main volume data is changed, and the external MIDI device is
disconnected, the volume level may be insufficient. In this case, transmit the
volume change again or, turn the power OFF and then ON again.
With a MIDI cable, connect the DG amplifier’s MIDI IN jack to the
MIDI OUT jack on an external MIDI device.
* Use only a standard MIDI cable that is less than 15 meters in length. Use of a
longer cable may result in abnormal operation.
MIDI Cable
DG amplifier
Rear Panel
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
STATUS
DATA/CTRL
BANK MSB/MAX
BANK LSB/MIN
TOGGLE ON-OFF
/NUMBER OF PGM
8.8.8.
DEC ±10 INC
/NO
/YES
MEMORY
EDIT
PC
EDIT
WRITE
/EXIT
External MIDI Device
2.
3.
Set the DG amplifier’s MIDI receive channel and the MIDI transmit
channel on the external device to the same MIDI channel number
(the factory preset channel number is 1).
→ For setting instructions see page 12 “Set the MIDI Receive Channel”.
Create a program change table*1. (The factory preset is, program
change number = memory number).
→ For setting instructions see page 12 “Creating a Program Change
Table”.
*1 For example, “the received program change number 1, recalls the DG
amplifier’s memory number 5”. To achieve this, the received program change
number must be assigned to the corresponding memory number.
4.
When program memory data is transmitted from an external MIDI
device, data in the corresponding memory assigned to the program
change table will be recalled.
* For instructions on how to transmit program change data, check the owner’s
manual of the external MIDI device you are using.
■ Using MIDI to Control Volume
You can control the DG amplifier’s overall volume from an external MIDI device using a number 7 control change message (main volume) sent from the
MIDI OUT jack of an external MIDI device to the DG amplifier’s MIDI IN jack.
By connecting a Yamaha MIDI Foot Controller MFC10, etc., or a MIDI device
equipped with a foot pedal, you can use the foot pedal to control the volume
during performance. Using the following three positions, you can select the
control position as to where the volume is changed.
■ Controlling Reverb, Tremolo, Chorus and
Tape Echo via MIDI
You can adjust the Reverb Level (No. 91), Tremolo Depth (No. 92), Chorus
Level (No. 93) and Tape Echo Level (No. 94) settings by transmitting control
change messages from an external MIDI device’s MIDI OUT jack to the DG
Guitar Amp’s MIDI IN jack.
1.
Connect an external MIDI device as described steps 1 and 2 of the
“Using MIDI to Recall Memory” section on this page and set the
MIDI receive channel.
2.
Transmit the parameter control change number and control change
data from the external MIDI device and you can control the effect
parameters listed above.
* For further information regarding the transmission of control change data,
refer to your external MIDI device’s owner’s manual.
■ Speaker Simulator
The DG amplifier’s speaker simulator provides the line signal with a realistic
simulation of the natural sound of a speaker. The speaker simulator can be
used on the line signal when the LINE OUT jack is connected to a mixer or
recorder.
→ For setting instructions, refer to the “Speaker Simulator ON/OFF”
section in this manual.
• “bP” : Before Pre Amp. Controls the volume before the preamp.
• “AP” : After Pre Amp. Controls the volume after the preamp.
• “Ar” : After REVERB: Controls the volume after the reverb.
INPUT
SPEAKER
Pre Amp
bP
Power Amp
Reverb
AP
Ar
LINE OUT
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DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Utility Mode
The Utility Mode is used to perform MIDI settings, set the speaker simulator and volume pedal position settings. To enter the Utility Mode, press
and hold the
button for more than one second, the “UTIL.” mode display lamp will light. Each of the settings will be stored in memory, even
when the power to the amp is turned off. To exit from the Utility Mode, press the
button, the “AMP” (amp mode) display lamp will light.
* MIDI messages cannot be received when in the Utility Mode so, refer to the “Using MIDI to Recall Memory”, “Using MIDI to Control Volume”, “Controlling
Reverb, Tremolo, Chorus and Tape Echo via MIDI” and “MIDI Bulk In” sections in this manual to perform the corresponding MIDI operations.
■ Creating a Program Change Table
■ MIDI Bulk Out
With this procedure, a specific memory number in the DG amplifier’s internal
memory can be recalled with a program change number received from an
external MIDI device.
You can back up the data stored in the DG amplifier’s internal memory by
saving the data to an external MIDI storage device (Yamaha MDF3, etc.).
1.
With a MIDI cable, connect the DG amplifier’s MIDI OUT jack to the
MIDI IN jack on the external MIDI storage device.
* Factory Preset: Program Change Number = Memory Number.
1.
Press and hold the
button for more than one second. The
“UTIL.” mode display lamp will light. (Utility Mode)
2.
Press the
button for more than one second. The “UTIL.”
mode display lamp will light.
2.
Press the
3.
3.
Using the
/
buttons, select the program change number (1
– 2.8) that will be sent by the external device. The number will appear on the display.
4.
Press the
5.
Using the
/
buttons, select the memory number (1 – 2.8) to
be recalled from the DG amplifier’s internal memory. The number
will appear on the display.
To transmit all memory (128 memory, plus Utility setting data) with
the Bulk Out operation:
→ Press the
button. “All” will appear in the display.
To transmit a single memory:
→ Press the
button. Use the
/
button to select the
memory number (1 – 128, All) that you want to save with the
Bulk Out operation.
6.
Depending upon your particular needs, repeat steps 2 through 5 as
needed.
button.
button.
■ Set the MIDI Receive Channel
* When “All” is selected in the Bulk Out operation, all memory data
(128 memory) will be transmitted.
4.
Press the
button to execute the Bulk Out operation. Press
the
button to cancel the operation.
* The device number is the same as that of the MIDI receive channel. If the MIDI
receive channel is set to “All” (Omni ON) the device number will be 1.
Set the DG amplifier’s MIDI receive channel.
* To transmit and receive MIDI data between MIDI devices, the MIDI channel on
both devices must be the same or data will not be successfully transferred. (The
factory preset is channel 1.)
1.
Press and hold the
button for more than one second. The
“UTIL.” mode display will light. (Utility Mode)
2.
button. The currently set MIDI receive channel
Press the
will appear on the display.
3.
Use the
/
MIDI Cable
DG amplifier
Rear Panel
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
button to select a MIDI receive channel (1 – 16,
All, oF).
* With the “All” setting omni is set to on.
■ Set the MIDI Merge
External MIDI Device
If you want the MIDI signal received by the DG amplifier’s MIDI IN jack to be
transmitted on to other MIDI devices via the DG amplifier’s MIDI OUT jack,
set the MIDI Merge to “on” (ON). If you don’t want the data to be transmitted,
set to “oF” (OFF).
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1.
Press and hold the
button for more than one second. The
“UTIL.” mode display will light.
2.
Press the
button. The currently set MIDI merge setting will
appear in the display.
3.
Use the
/
button to select either “on” or “oF”.
■ MIDI Bulk In
With a MIDI cable, connect the DG amplifier ’s MIDI IN jack to the MIDI OUT jack
on an external MIDI device. Return your MIDI back up data to the DG amplifier.
* The MIDI Bulk In operation is carried out in the AMP or EFFECT modes only.
It can not be carried out in the Utility Mode.
* The device number is the same as that of the MIDI receive channel. If the MIDI
receive channel is set to “All” (Omni On), the MIDI channel will be set to 1.
The DG amplifier will not receive data if the MIDI channel is set to “oF”
(OFF).
* “Ld” is shown on the display while the MIDI Bulk In operation is being executed.
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Utility Mode
■ Speaker Simulator ON/OFF
MIDI Cable
DG amplifier
Rear Panel
The DG amplifier’s speaker simulator provides the line signal with a realistic
simulation of the natural sound of a speaker. The speaker simulator can be
used on the line signal when the LINE OUT jack is connected to a mixer or
recorder.
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
STATUS
DATA/CTRL
BANK MSB/MAX
BANK LSB/MIN
TOGGLE ON-OFF
/NUMBER OF PGM
8.8.8.
DEC ±10 INC
/NO
/YES
MEMORY
EDIT
PC
EDIT
WRITE
/EXIT
External MIDI Device
1.
button for more than 1 second. The “UTIL.” mode
Press the
display lamp will light.
2.
Press the
display.
3.
Use the
button. The current setting will be shown on the
/
buttons to select either “on” or “oF” (ON/OFF).
■ Set the Volume Pedal Position
■ MIDI Transmission/Reception between DG
series amplifiers.
Set the position for where control of the volume, via MIDI, will take place.
(Refer to the “Using MIDI to Control Volume” section on page 11 for more
information on Volume Pedal Position.)
1.
You can use the MIDI bulk out/bulk in functions to copy memory and utility
setup data from one DG series guitar amplifier (DG100-212A/DG80-210A/
DG80-112A/DG130HA) to another.
Press the
button for more than 1 second. The “UTIL.” mode
display lamp will light.
2.
Press the
display.
* Make sure the receiving DG amplifier is in the AMP mode or EFFECT mode.
3.
Use the
button. The current setting will be shown on the
/
buttons to select the volume control position (bP,
Ap, Ar).
EX.) Copy the memory from a DG100-212A to a DG130HA.
MIDI Cable
MIDI Bulk Out
MIDI OUT
DG100-212A
Rear Panel
MIDI Bulk In
MIDI IN
DG130HA
Rear Panel
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DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Error Messages
If an error occurs during operation, one of the following error message numbers will appear on the display.
E1: Motor Drive Error
CAUSE:
The volume knob has not returned to its assigned position after 20 seconds has elapsed from the start of the recall
operation or, the device does not recognize the recall command.
SOLUTION:
Turn off the power and return the device to the music dealer where you purchased it, or to the nearest Yamaha Service
Center for repair.
E2: MIDI Receive Buffer Full
CAUSE:
Too much MIDI data is being received by the DG amplifier at one time.
SOLUTION:
Try reducing the amount of data being sent or, break the data into smaller blocks.
E3: Communication Error.
CAUSE:
An abnormality is detected during MIDI communications.
SOLUTION:
Check all connections, etc. and try again.
E4: Bulk Receive Check Sum Error.
CAUSE:
The check sum does not match the received MIDI bulk data.
SOLUTION:
Check all connections and data, and try again.
E5: Bulk Receive Data Abnormality.
CAUSE:
An abnormality is detected in the received MIDI bulk data.
SOLUTION:
Check all connections and data, and try again.
E6: Backup Battery Error.
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CAUSE:
Backup battery power is depleted.
SOLUTION:
Continued use of the device will result in the loss of data. Return the device to the music dealer where you purchased it
or, the nearest Yamaha Service center and have the battery replaced.
DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA
Specifications
Digital Section
Complete Digital Signal Processing
Internal 8 Channel Preset
Digital Reverb (SPRING/HALL/PLATE)
Digital Effects (Tremolo, Chorus, Tape Echo)
Speaker Simulator (LINE OUT)
A/D Converter
20 bit
D/A Converter
20 bit
Sampling Frequency
48 kHz
Memory Number
128
Analog Section
DG100-212A : 100 W (4 Ω) Solid State Power Amp
30 cm Speaker (Celestion Vintage 30) x 2
Input Level/Impedance
INPUT HIGH: –30 dBm (THRU) / 1 MΩ
INPUT LOW: –20 dBm (THRU) / 1 MΩ
EFFECT RETURN: 0 dBm / 120 kΩ
DG80-210A : 80 W (8 Ω) Solid State Power Amp
25 cm Speaker (V10-60) x 2
DG80-112A : 80 W (8 Ω) Solid State Power Amp
30 cm Speaker (Celestion G12H100) x 1
DG130HA :
130 W (4 Ω) Solid State Power Amp
MIDI Function
Receive : Program change, Control Change (No. 7, 91, 92, 93, 94),
Bulk In
Transmit : Bulk Out, Merge Out
Controller/Switch
Front Panel : TRIM, OUTPUT, GAIN (TREMOLO SPEED),
MASTER (TREMOLO DEPTH), TREBLE (CHORUS SPEED),
HIGH MID (CHORUS DEPTH), LOW MID (CHORUS LEVEL),
BASS (TAPE ECHO TIME), PRESENCE (TAPE ECHO FEED
BACK), REVERB (TAPE ECHO LEVEL)
Rear Panel : LINE OUT volume, EFFECT BLEND
Switch : AMP SELECT (LEAD1, LEAD2, DRIVE1, DRIVE2,
CRUNCH1, CRUNCH2, CLEAN1, CLEAN2), REVERB,
MODE,
,
, STORE, RECALL
Display
AMP SELECT display LED x 8
MODE display LED x 3
REVERB type display x 3
7 segment LED x 2 digits
Indicator
Trim Level Display LED (Green)
Trim Clip Display LED (Red)
Connection Jacks
INPUT HIGH/LOW: Standard Phone Mono Jack
SPEAKER (DG100-212A: x 1, DG80-210A: x 2, DG80-112A:
x 2, DG130HA: x 2): Standard Phone Mono Jack
EFFECT SEND/RETURN: Standard Phone Mono Jack
LINE OUT: Cannon Jack
MIDI IN, MIDI OUT: 5 pin DIN
Output Level/Impedance
DG100-212A
SPEAKER: 100 W RMS / 4 Ω
LINE OUT: +4 dBm / 600 Ω
EFFECT SEND: 0 dBm / 2.2 kΩ
DG80-210A/DG80-112A
SPEAKER: 80 W RMS / 8 Ω, 100 W RMS / 4 Ω
LINE OUT: +4 dBm / 600 Ω
EFFECT SEND: 0 dBm / 2.2 kΩ
DG130HA
SPEAKER: 130 W RMS / 4Ω
LINE OUT: +4 dBm / 600 Ω
EFFECT SEND: 0 dBm / 2.2 kΩ
Power Requirements
U.S. and Canadian models : 120 V, 60 Hz
General model : 230 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption
DG100-212A : 100 W
DG80-210A : 100 W
DG80-112A : 100 W
DG130HA :
140 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
DG100-212A : 712 x 574 x 284 mm (28” x 22.6” x 11.2”) w/Caster
DG80-210A : 595 x 471 x 284 mm (23.4” x 18.5” x 11.2”)
DG80-112A : 542 x 510 x 284 mm (21.3” x 20.1” x 11.2”)
DG130HA :
711 x 250 x 284 mm (28” x 9.8” x 11.2”)
Weight
DG100-212A :
DG80-210A :
DG80-112A :
DG130HA :
33.5 kg (73 lbs 13 oz)
26.0 kg (57 lbs 5 oz)
25.0 kg (55 lbs 2 oz)
18.0 kg (39 lbs 11 oz)
* Specifications and design may change without notice.
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S412V/S112
Using the S412V/S112
The S412V is a speaker enclosure equipped with four Celestion “Vintage 30” speakers.
The S112 is a speaker enclosure equipped with a Celestion “G12H100” speaker.
* The power rating is 240 W. Use an amp head with a power
output of less than 240 W.
* The impedance is 8Ω. Check the amp head’s impedance and
make sure it meets the speaker’s requirements.
* If you use more than two speakers, make sure the total impedance meets the amp head’s requirements. See “Connecting Speakers” section on page 8.
* The power rating is 100 W. Use an amp head with a power
output of less than 100 W.
* The impedance is 8Ω. Check the amp head’s impedance and
make sure it meets the speaker’s requirements.
* If you use more than two speakers, make sure the total impedance meets the amp head’s requirements. See “Connecting Speakers” section on page 8.
■ Specifications
■ Specifications
Speakers
Power Rating
Impedance
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
Weight
Accessory
Speaker
Power Rating
Impedance
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
Weight
Accessory
30 cm speaker (Celestion “Vintage 30”) x 4
240 W
8Ω
765 x 820 x 359 mm
(30.1” x 32.2” x 14.1”) (w/casters)
44.0 kg (97 Ibs) (w/casters)
Speaker Cable
● Speaker
Speaker Size
Voice Coil Size
Magnet
Frequency Range
Sensitivity
Power Rating
Nominal Impedance
Fundamental Frequency
● Speaker
30 cm (12”)
44ø mm
Ferrite 1.42 kg (50 oz)
70 Hz – 5 kHz
100 dB (1 m/W)
60 W (RMS)
8Ω
70 Hz
* Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without notice.
■ Connecting
1. Turn the amp’s power OFF and set the volume
to “0”.
* Connecting the speaker with the power ON or the volume turned up may result in damage to the speaker
or amp.
2. Using the supplied speaker cord, connect the
phone jack located on the back of the S412V/
S112 cabinet to the amp head’s speaker output jack (the SPEAKER jack on the DG Series
Amplifier).
16
30 cm speaker (Celestion “G12H-100”) x 1
100 W
8Ω
542 x 510 x 284 mm
(21.3” x 20” x 11.2”)
16.0 kg (35 Ibs 4.4 oz)
Speaker Cable
Speaker Size
Voice Coil Size
Magnet
Frequency Range
Sensitivity
Power Rating
Nominal Impedance
Fundamental Frequency
30 cm (12”)
44ø mm
Ferrite 1.42 kg (50 oz)
82 Hz – 5.5 kHz
100 dB (1 m/W)
100 W (RMS)
8Ω
82 Hz
* Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without notice.
YAMAHA [ Digital Guitar Amplifier ]
Date:30-Sep-1999
Model DG100-212A/DG80-210A/DG80-112A/DG130HA MIDI Implementation Chart
Version : 2.0
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:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Basic
Default
: x
: 1 - 16, off
: memorized
:
:Channel Changed
: x
: 1 - 16, off
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:
Default
: x
: 1,3
: memorized
:
:Mode
Messages : x
: x
:
:
:
Altered
: ************** : x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Note
: x
: x
:
:
:Number : True voice: ************** : x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Velocity Note ON
: x
: x
:
:
:
Note OFF : x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:After
Key's
: x
: x
:
:
:Touch
Ch's
: x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Pitch Bender
: x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:
0 6 : x
: x
:
:
:
7 : x
: o
: Main Volume
:
:
8 - 90 : x
: x
:
:
:
91 : x
: o
: Reverb Level
:
: Control
92 : x
: o
: Tremolo Depth :
:
93 : x
: o
: Chorus Level
:
: Change
94 : x
: o
: Tape Echo Level:
:
95 - 127 : x
: x
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Prog
: x
: o 0 - 127
: Program Change :
:Change : True #
: ************** :
: Number 1-128 :
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:System Exclusive
: o
: o
: Bulk Dump
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:System : Song Pos. : x
: x
:
:
:
: Song Sel. : x
: x
:
:
:common : Tune
: x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:System
:Clock
: x
: x
:
:
:Real Time :Commands: x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:Aux :All Sound OFF: x
: x
:
:
:
:Reset All Cntrls : x
: x
:
:
:
:Local ON/OFF : x
: x
:
:
:
:All Notes OFF: x
: x
:
:
:Mes- :Active Sense : o
: x
:
:
:sages:Reset
: x
: x
:
:
:-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------:
:
:
:
:
+-------------------+----------------+----------------+----------------+
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
o : Yes
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
x : No
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Patch List
PRESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
NAME
BRITISH LOVE
LUSH CHORUS
VIBE-BRO
ZZ BLUE
GAMMA MAN
DEEP SWELLS
MERCY BUS
NY FUSE
FOREVER CLEAR
SOUL FOOD
JAZZIN
BLUE- Z
TREM-PIPE
POP CRUNCH
CRAZY DIAMOND
TWANG THANG
FLYING DREAM
WIRED TWIN
FAT GRUNGE
70’s CRUNCH
SHAKIN
MATCHBOX
SWEET GYPSY
BRITISH TREM
LITTLE NEMO
LA GREASE
LONESTAR
FUTURE TREM
VIBE-DRIVE
METALHEAD
ROCKIN MAN
SURF KING
TEXAS BLUES
MEMPHIS TREM
BLUE JEANS
CHICAGO DOG
WARM STACK
PRINCE-TONE
CUTTING EDGE
ALIEN
LATIN MAGIC
SMOOTH SAND
NEON METAL
ETERNAL
SPIN
LOST CAVERN
ZAPPED
DRY ECHO
MIRRORS
FUNK 48
CLASSIC BOP
FINGERS
PROG-ROCK
SOUTHERN STEP
TEJAS
SHUFFLIN
WARM CHORUS
MID-BOOST
T-BOOST
NASHVILLE CAT
RISING SON
FUSION ACE
HYBRID
TAPPIN
FUNK-A
ROCK FUSION
GROWLIN
SHIMMER
METAL CHORUS
DR PUNK
90’s SHINE
BACKROOM
PAGEBREAKER
NERVES
FAT NECK
CRYIN WIND
VOODOO
ANTHEM RUSH
SHADES
CHICK-N-PICK
DESCRIPTION
Lead 2 + Chorus + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Chorus + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Tremolo + Hall Reverb
Lead 2 + Short Delay
Drive 2 + Long Delay
Clean 2 + Chorus + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Drive 2 + Plate Reverb
Clean 2 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Crunch 2
Clean 1 + SlapDelay
Clean 1
Drive 2 + Tremolo + Short Delay + Spring Reverb
Clean 1 + Fast Tremolo + Short Delay
Crunch 1 + Chorus + Short Delay + Plate Reverb
Crunch 1 + Chorus + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 2 + Slapback Delay + Spring Reverb
Lead 2 + Chorus + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Short Delay
Crunch 2 + Tremolo + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Crunch 2 + Medium Delay
Lead 2 + Short Delay
Drive 2 + Slow Tremolo + Spring Reverb
Drive 2 + Long Delay
Drive 2 + Fast Tremolo
Lead 2 + Plate Reverb
Lead 2 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Drive 2 + Slapback Delay + Hall Reverb
Crunch 2 + Fast Tremolo + Hall Reverb
Lead 2 + Chorus + Tremolo + Hall Reverb
Lead 2 + Hall Reverb
Lead 1 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Fast Tremolo + Short Delay
Drive 2 + Short Delay
Clean 1 + Tremolo + Spring Reverb
Drive 2 + Spring Reverb
Crunch 1
Lead 1 + Hall Reverb
Clean 1
Clean 1 + Long Delay
Crunch 2 + Fast Chorus + Fast Tremolo + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Crunch 2 + Medium Delay + Spring Reverb
Lead 1 + Short Delay + Hall Reverb
Lead 2 + Long Delay
Crunch 2 + 2 Second Delay with Long Feedback
Clean 1 + Chorus + Tremolo + Delay + Spring Reverb
Clean 1 + Chorus + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Drive 2 + Medium Delay + Spring Reverb
Clean 1 + Long Delay w/ 1 Repeat
Lead 2 + Long Delay + Plate Reverb
Drive 2 + Plate Reverb
Clean 1 + Hall Reverb
Clean 2 + Chorus + Hall Reverb
Lead 2 +Chorus + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Plate Reverb
Crunch 2 + Tremolo
Crunch 2
Clean 2 + Chorus
Drive 2 + Spring Reverb (Mids Boosted)
Drive 2 (Highs Boosted)
Crunch 1 + Slapback Delay
Lead 2 + Delay
Crunch 2 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Spring Reverb
Clean 1 + Tremolo + Chorus
Lead 1 + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1
Lead 1 + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Drive 2 + Tremolo + Short Delay
Clean 1 + Chorus + Plate Reverb
Lead 1 + Heavy Chorus + Plate Reverb
Drive 1 + Slapback Delay
Lead 2 + Delay + Hall Reverb
Lead 1 + Short Chorus + Short Delay
Lead 2 + Plate Reverb
Crunch 1 + Chorus + Tremolo + Short Delay
Drive 1 + Slapback Delay
Lead 2 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Spring Reverb
Lead 1 + Long Delay + Hall Reverb
Drive 1 + Chorus + Medium Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 2 + Chorus + Tremolo + Delay + Hall Reverb
Clean 1 + Slapback Delay
STYLE
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
Texture Rhythm
American Blues
Texas Rock
San Fransisco Rock
Texture/Soundtrack
Texas/Southern Rock
Fusion
Punk/Pop
Funk/Soul
New York Fingerstyle
Cool Blues
Surf/Blues
Rock/Pop
ArtRock Ballad
Country
Rock Instrumental
British Jazz/Rock
Grunge Rock
British Blues Rock
Australia Hard Rock
American Blues/Pop
Vintage Blues/Rock
British Rock/Pop
British 70’s Rock
LA Studio Rock
Texas Blues
Modern Rock
Modern Rock
Dallas Metal
80’s Radio Rock
Malibu Surf Rock
Texas Blues
Memphis Country Blues
Texas Rock Ballad
Chicago Blues
Classic Rock
American Rock/Blues
Irish Rock/Pop
Experimental
San Fransisco Rock
Fusion
80’s Metal
Experimental
Experimental
Experimental
Austin Rock
Experimental
Experimental
Classic Rock
Jazz
Rock Pop Fingerstyle
Art Rock
Southern Rock
Texas Blues
Blues
Experimental
British Rock/Pop
British Rock/Pop
Country
Swedish Metal
Fusion
Fusion
LA Metal
Detroit Funk
British Jazz/Rock
Rock
Rock
Metal
Punk
90’s Pop/Rock
Rock
Classic Rock
Experimental
Seattle Blues
Seattle Blues
Seattle Blues/Rock
Canadian ArtRock
Experimental
British Country
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Printed in Japan
V543190
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