A/B box...splitter...selector recommendations

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  1. unfamous

    unfamous Tele-Meister

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    I'd like recommendations for a device that will allow me to deliver the same signal (guitar) into two outputs at original level. Some of these splitters just give half voltage to each output. Don't want that.
    Anyone?
     
  2. bblumentritt

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    If you want an A/B switch, I used the Mojotone kit.

    If you want a splitter, I just wired a 1/4" inline jack to two plugs, a "Y" cable.
     
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    I believe Radial Engineering offers units that address voltage drops.
     
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    The switchblade of pedals. Yup, has what you want plus a lot more for cheap and built like a tank. Why settle for just full signal all of the time?
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    Look for one that has a phase reversal switch, a ground lift switch, and bypassable buffers on each channel. I got a Fulltone, it's great, but there are others.
     
  6. Martin R

    Martin R Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Call Tony at StarTouch. He'll tell you exactly what you need and build it for you. And he's very affordable.
     
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    This is what I have and use, it works great! No loud popping when switching. Some pedals suffer from loud popping when switching so be aware of that.
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    That’s the one I was thinking of.
     
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