#1
As of late, I had been messing around with some stuff around my room, and I found that for some of the sounds I want to obtain, or some of the mixing I want to do (through a Y-switch), I need to have active pick-ups, or an activated signal, so to speak. For now, in these situations, I just plug in my old phaser and turn it real low so it doesn't severely modulate the signal, but I was wondering if there was any way I could "activate" the signal without any risk of modulation of the signal, apart from changing my pick-ups.

Thanks.
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#2
I have no idea what you mean by "activate the signal". Adding power to a signal (your thread title) is another way of saying "Boosting it". So I'm assuming you want the signal boosted?
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I have no idea what you mean by "activate the signal". Adding power to a signal (your thread title) is another way of saying "Boosting it". So I'm assuming you want the signal boosted?


yeah, pretty much.
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