#1
i have a guitar with two outputs. one for the magnetic pickups, and one for the piezo.
I'm looking for some kind of special plug, that i can plug into both at the same time, so that i have only one cable running down from my guitar, wich wil later split-up in two female plugs. Then i would like to connect normal jack cables to those, one going to my amp, the other going to a DI-box.

I hope you understand what i mean:P
Does anyone know if that's possible, and if so, where can i find such a plug?

Thanks in advance
#2
two standard guitar cables + duct tape (or electrical tape if you want it to look better) = ?
#3
The flaw in this, is that it can't exist. You would have to include a DI box in the cable or there would be a stupid amount of noise form both pickups.
You'll have to get used to moving that plug a few inches every time you want to change pickups.

Or get a DI box and combine 2 leads with duct tape.
#4
http://backstage.musiciansfriend.com/Accessories/Cables-Snakes/Audio--RCA-Cables/DJ-Cable-Dual-1-4.site1prod331691.product
http://backstage.musiciansfriend.com/Accessories/Cables-Snakes/Instrument-Cables/1-4--1-4-Pro-Dual-Patch-Cable.site1prod330486.product
isnt exactly what you want, as it has both male ends. cant find any that goes male to female. you just want a dual cable, and then will probably need a jumper/extension if your di box and amp arent close together.
#5
yeah, thats pretty much it, thanks do those come with angled plugs as well?

Does anyone happen to know how John Petrucci has his guitar connected?
#6
You could just cut the ends off and wire two female jacks on, shouldn't be too hard as nothing special has to be done, just wire 'em on However, I do know that not everyone has a soldering iron and solder, but if you do then maybe have a go at it.
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Maybe the price tag is clouding your judgment ?
yeah probably. Or the circuits.