#1
mkay, so i'd like an ab switch to to the low imput on my marshall and eventualy when i get another cab to switch between my marshall and fender.

so what's the best kicking round, thanks
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson Explorer New Century
Gibson RD Artist
Fender American Standard Telecaster

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Marshall JCM800 2203 - 1960A

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Rockbox Boiling Point Overdrive
#4
the whirlwind selector seems to be the best out there. linky here: http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Whirlwind-Selector-AB-Box?sku=156400
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#8
is there an a/b switch that switches between 2 different inputs?
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#9
Like two different guitars? All you'd do is turn the switch baboxckwards and make the outputs the inputs and the input the output.
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#10
ok, how sure about that are you because I have a splitter that will split outgoing signals into 2, but it won't work the other way, only one of the outputs jacks works then.
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#11
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ok, how sure about that are you because I have a splitter that will split outgoing signals into 2, but it won't work the other way, only one of the outputs jacks works then.



Almost positive, because an AB isn't a splitter. The splitter does that because the 1 side is probably stereo and each tip on the double side is probably mono.

Think of an AB this way. It's a continuous flow in both directions, the switch chooses which which one on the double side the flow is going through.
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#12
I suggest you make one. Go to tonepad.com
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