#1
I have a zoom g1 pedal that i use for delay and a tuner, i was wondering if there was anyway of creating an external true bypass as the bypass on it generates a lot of noise. Ive seen people make the large true bypass strips but mine only needs the one switch.

Some help would be appriciated, Thanks, lewis

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#2
I experience noise on my B2 zoom bass pedal as well. I'll keep my eye on this.
#3
split the signal line like this: guitar--->2-way splitter--->1. line: guitar--->zoom g1-->amp
2. line: guitar---> amp
or something like that

you just change to line 2 and the g1 is nowhere
#7
both of those ways would work but the first is simpler and i can do it right now:P
thanks for the help, lewis

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#8
you posted as I edited..

it may not apply to your pedal, but it likely will. that split bypass is going to suck a bunch of your tone, where a true bypass box is, well...truly bypassing the effect, and not impacting your tone
#9
Quote by james4
you posted as I edited..

it may not apply to your pedal, but it likely will. that split bypass is going to suck a bunch of your tone, where a true bypass box is, well...truly bypassing the effect, and not impacting your tone



right ok, il set up a split bypass for now and see how it sounds and if its still doing the same il go buy the parts and make a true bypass at the weekend, thanks, lewis

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#10
ok ur right i just knocked up a quick split bypas , its true bypass im gonna need to make, tht dusnt work and the noise is still ther. il get to tht at the weekend, thanks, lewis

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