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I think the Recording has a built in adaptor for low impedance. If there’s a switch for hi/lo, there’s your answer. The Personal (gold hardware) and Professional (Nickel or Chrome hardware) both required the adaptor cord. One of the Personals I owned, I mounted the adaptor inside the control cavity so I could use a regular cord. 

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The Recording does have a built in transformer, but to hear all of the features that make the guitar unique you need to use a transformer chord with the transformer as close as possible to the amp. Flipping the switch to low impedance. If it is a Personal or a Professional, you would have very low output without the transformer chord.

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