#1
I realize this will create a drop in volume output, but will it be a noticeable/significant (i.e. GIANT) drop?
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#2
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2 outputs in parallel
Outputs of what???

Pickups?
Guitar amplifiers?
Effects units?


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#3
probably means pickups.

just a small drop but a little more clarity and a bit more tone. not a negligible output drop though.. for me it's not worth it because i like hihg output and lwering it even a little would be no good.
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#4
sorry, out of the pickups. Would putting the 2 outputs on series have better results? Im wanting to allow my bass to go to 2 amps without having to have any other equipment.
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#5
just use an a/b/y box
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