Before using this unit, carefully r
ead the sections entitled: “USING THE UNIT SAFEL Y” and “IMPORT ANT NO TES” (supplied on a separate sheet). After reading, keep the document(s) where it will be available for immediate reference.
(PSA series; sold separately)
This knob adjusts the volume of the eect sound. Set this knob so that there will
be no dierence in v
olume between the eect and straight sounds. * No sound will be heard when this knob is rotated completely counterclockwise.
7 The MT -2 is compact yet cr eates powerful eect pedal which, through the use of high-level gain circuits, cr eates heavy distortion and sustain eects.
7 The MT -2 includes a three-band equalizer , L ow , Middle and High. The middle band EQ is adopted f or parametric type. OUTPUT jack
Connect an amplier or other eect unit to this
DC IN jack
Accepts connection of an AC A
daptor (PSA series; sold separately). By using an AC A daptor , you can play
without being concerned about how much battery power you hav
W e recommend that y ou keep batteries installed in the unit even though y ou’ll be po wering it with the AC adaptor. That way, you’ll be able to continue a performance even if the cord of the AC adaptor gets accidentally disconnected from the unit. * Use only the specied AC adaptor (PSA-series). * If the AC adaptor is connected while power is on, the power supply is drawn from the AC adaptor. CHECK indicator
This indicator shows whether an e
ect is ON/OFF , and doubles as the Batter y Check indicator .
The indicator lights when an eect is ON.
* If this indicator goes dim or no longer lights while an eect is ON, the battery is near exhaustion and should be replaced immediately. * The CHECK indicator shows whether the eect is on or o, and indicates the dierent functions. It does not indicate whether the power to the device is on or not. EQUALIZER HIGH knob
This knob controls the tone of the eect sound at higher frequencies
Rotating the knob clockwise boosts the higher frequencies, while rotating it
counterclockwise cuts the higher frequencies. Higher frequencies ha
ve a variable
range of ±15 dB.
This switch turns the eects ON/OFF
When this screw is loosened, the pedal will open, allowing y
ou to change the
* For instructions on changing the battery, refer to “Changing the Battery.” Panel Descriptions Main Features Precautions When Connecting * To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn o all the units before making any connections. * Once the connections have been completed, turn on power to your various devices in the order specied. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction and/ or damage to speakers and other devices.
When powering up:
T urn on the power to your guitar amp last.
When powering down:
T urn o the power to your guitar amp rst. * Before turning the unit on/o, always be sure to turn the volume down. Even with the volume turned down, you might hear some sound when switching the unit on/o. However, this is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. Operating the Unit 1. When you have made the necessary connections, set the knobs as shown in the illustration. 2. Press the Pedal Switch.
Make sure the CHECK indicator lights.
3. Adjust the level of distortion using the DIST knob.
Rotating the knob clockwise
increases the distortion level
while rotating it counter
I f this knob is set too high, the noise
will increase and oscillation may occur
. 4. Adjust the tone of the middle range with the EQUALIZER MIDDLE knob.
Rotating the knob clockwise boosts
the frequency while rotating it
counterclockwise cuts it.
5. Set the middle frequency (to be boosted or cut) with the EQUALIZER MID FREQ knob.
When the EQUALIZER MIDDLE knob is set to the center position, moving
the EQUALIZER MID FREQ konb does not a
ect the sound. 6. Adjust the tone of the high range with the EQUALIZER HIGH knob.
Rotating the knob clockwise boosts
the higher frequencies while rotating
it counterclockwise cut them.
7. Adjust the tone of the low range with the EQUALIZER LOW knob.
Rotating the knob clockwise boosts the lower frequencies while
rotating it counter
clockwise cut them. 8. Using the LEVEL knob, adjust the volume of the eect sound so that there will be no dierence in volume between the eect and straight sounds. Use of Battery * A battery was installed in the unit before it left the factory. The life of this battery may be limited, however, since its primary purpose was to enable testing. * If you handle batteries improperly, you risk explosion and uid leakage. Make sure that you carefully observe all of the items related to batteries that are listed in “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (supplied on a separate sheet). * When operating on battery power only, the unit’s indicator will become dim when battery power gets too low. Replace the battery as soon as possible. * Batteries should always be installed or replaced before connecting any other devices. This way, you can prevent malfunction and damage. Changing the Battery 1. Hold down the pedal and loosen the thumbscrew, then open the pedal upward.
The pedal can be
. 2. Remove the old battery from the battery housing, and remove the snap cord connected to it. 3. Connect the snap cord to the new battery, and place the battery inside the battery housing.
B e sure t o carefully observe the battery’ s polarity (+ versus -). 4. Slip the coil spring onto the spring base on the back of the pedal, and then close the pedal.
Carefully avoid getting the snap cord caught in the pedal, c oil spring, and
5. Finally, insert the thumbscrew into the guide bush hole and fasten it securely. Main Specications
-2: Metal Zone
Nominal Input Level
Nominal Output Level
10 kΩ or greater
er Supply DC 9 V : Dry battery 6F22 (9 V ) type (carbon),
AC Adaptor (PSA-series: optional)
w 30 mA * Expected battery life under continuous use:
x. 12.5 hours
Alkaline: Approx. 23.5 hours
These gures will vary depending on the
actual conditions of use.
73 ( W) x 129 (D) x 59 (H) mm
W) x 5-1/8 (D) x 2-3/8 (H) inches
385 g/14 oz
Owner ’ s Manual, Leaet (“USING THE UNIT
Y , ” “IMPORT ANT NOTES, ” and “Informa -
tion”), Dry battery/9 V type (6F22)
AC adaptor (PSA-series) * 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms * This document explains the specications of the product at the time that the document was issued. For the latest information, refer to the Roland website.
9 V Batter
y EQUALIZER MIDDLE knob
This knob boosts or cuts the frequency you set with the EQUALIZER MID FREQ
knob. Rotating the knob clockwise boosts the level of the middle frequencies,
while rotating it counter
clockwise cuts the level of the middle frequencies. EQUALIZER MID FREQ knob
This knob sets the frequency of the middle range (200 Hz to 5 kHz). Rotating the
knob clockwise raises the frequency. Rotating it counterclockwise lowers the
* When the EQUALIZER MID FREQ knob is set to the center position, the EQUALIZER MID FREQ knob does not aect the sound. DIST knob
This knob controls the intensity of the distortion eect. Rotating the knob
clockwise increases the distortion level.
* If you set this knob too high, the noise will increase and oscillation may occur. Sample Settings
EQUALIZER LOW knob
This knob controls the tone of the eect sound at lower fr
equencies. Rotating the
knob clockwise boosts the lower frequencies, while rotating it counter
cuts the lower frequencies.
The lower frequencies have a variable range of ±15
This jack accepts input signals (coming fr
om a guitar , some other musical
instrument, or another eects unit).
* The INPUT jack also serves as the power switch. Power is turned on whenever a plug is inserted into the INPUT jack, and is turned o when the plug is disconnected. When not using the unit, you should disconnect any cord connected to the INPUT jack.
5 1 0 0 0 6 9 0 3 1 - 0 1 *
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