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Re: multiple amps/signals

You might check out the GCX from Digital Music Corporation.  Very
versitile.  Two or more can be chained.  I have one, would prefer two.


At 03:30 PM 6/30/01 -0400, you wrote:
>>From: "Mike Feeney" <feeneymike@yahoo.com>
>>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>>To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>>Subject: Re: multiple amps/signals
>>Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2001 14:09:22 -0500
>>i've been coming up against the same hurdle here... I am building a
>>pedalboard with the boomerang as my looper along with some other 
>>have an acoustic guitar and also an electric.  I want to have both 
>>plugged into the rig at the same time, but of course have the ability to
>>switch from one to the other when I want, so that I can loop both 
>>My only problem is that when I'm playing the acoustic I want the signal 
>>go to the PA, but when I'm playing electric, I want the signal to run to 
>>amp (just got a new Fender Hot Rod DeVille!).  Any advice on how to route
>>the signal??  Probably just going to use an A/B switch for the inputs, 
>>I'm not yet sure how to handle the output, unless I just use a 2nd A/B
>>switch.  But then that could be awkward, I think, to have to hit two
>>different switches to change guitars.  Not sure.
>>The 2nd hurdle is that I'm thinking I'd have to use two different 
>>order to loop the acoustic guitar and have it continue to run through 
>>if I wanted to use both instruments in the same song.  Any other ideas?
>       I figured that this would be a common theme with different 
>problems. I 
>think they both center around using the boomerang in 2 different, but 
>       I have been running a small pedal board that splits my signal 
>before the 
>rang but after effects. I use an a/b to control the signals which only 
>differ by the rang. The looped signal goes to an old super reverb, and 
>other to a newer concert. I have a volume pedal that I turn down when I 
>and uplug guitars.
>       My problem is that the electrix products I just got really need to 
>through an effects loop, which only the concert has. I know it seems 
>to just loop on the concert, but loops sound better out of the super. 
>Anyway, I think that there is a rather complex way to route using many 
>cables and the aux on the rang, but it makes my head hurt just thinking 
>about it. I would imagine that there are good switching systems out there 
>that some loopers might know about.
>       Boss makes a good and very flexible line selecter for a hundred 
>bucks that 
>can also power other pedals. This might help you with your problem. I 
>checked it out on rolandus.com yesterday.
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