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Voodoo Lab Amp Selector:
The Voodoo Lab Amp Selector is the ultimate stand-alone tool for switching your guitar into multiple amplifiers. It lets you use up to four amps simultaneously without added hum or loss of tone. You can switch between or layer amps in any combination. The switching is absolutely silent with no clicks or pops.
The Amp Selector fulfills several indispensable real world applications for guitarists. Each of the outputs can be directly switched, allowing you to layer any combination of amps simultaneously. It can also be configured as an A/B/C/D box for selecting between up to four amplifiers with a single button press.
The Amp Selector features a buffered tuner or split output for slaving additional devices without loading down your pickups or muddying your tone. A second input can be used for a stereo signal path, or to switch two instruments into different pairs of amplifiers.
REVIEWS & USER COMMENTS:
HARMONY CENTRAL USER REVIEW 3/23/2004:
"The unit is very powerful yet I was able to install it on my pedal board, hook up my amps, and get a great sound within minutes. The manual is well written & very easy to understand... This unit gives me dead silent switching between the various amps in my studio. I have three main amps - a Mesa Mark IIC (hyper-clean), a Dr. Z Route 66 (dirty rhythm) and a Mesa Mark IIC+ (high gain), and the unit switches between all of them silently. No pops, cracks, or time delays. No ground hum, either - the isolated inputs in the unit quieted down my amps nicely. I used to have a Morley A/B switcher on my pedal board, but this thing just kicked it to the curb. They did a seriously nice job with this unit! ...Voodoo Lab has always made professional grade equipment built to withstand world tours. This unit is built to the same high standard... This is an extremely expensive peice of gear, but it works flawlessly and gives me tremendous flexibility in my studio. I'd buy another if lost. It's certainly not for everyone, but if you have the money & play through a multiple amp rig I can't recommend this unit highly enough."