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My band ran into a problem, where our other guitarist couldn't keep up with the drummer and my half stack. I told him he needs to get an ABY switcher and he can use 2 amps. but that lead me to think; it's not worth it to waist $60 to split a guitar signal to 2 amps and not utilize the full functions of it. So with my basic knowledge of guitar electronics, a box from a christmas present , and 3 output jacks from active pickup swaps, I put together a guitar splitter for what I estimate to be about $1. Briefly tested it out, and it works exactly how i need it to, and I thought some of the people here would appreciate it.
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#2
This looks like fun i did it even cheaper xD 2 of my pedals have stereo out :/

Now plug the guitar directly to it and put different effects into each out to both of the amps and put of with distortion and the other one with chorus and wah or something else! It's always fun to do this Plus it adds flavor hehehe.
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Quote by Heilz
This looks like fun i did it even cheaper xD 2 of my pedals have stereo out :/

Now plug the guitar directly to it and put different effects into each out to both of the amps and put of with distortion and the other one with chorus and wah or something else! It's always fun to do this Plus it adds flavor hehehe.


Or make it stereo amps, fun for stereo delay/chorus/echo etc
#4
My bandmate had this same problem! What I did was "borrow" a pencil case from my school, and then soldered 3 jacks to each other. Here's a schematic. I also added a deck of cards to increase the weight. It can go either way. 2-1, or 1-2. i.e. two guitars to one amp, or one guitar to two amps.
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Depends, I don't know what pickups go good with plywood. EMGs will make it sound like every other EMG guitar though.

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