#1
I have the need for an A/B switch to switch between two inputs on my aplifier, but I cant seem to find one...

Do anyone know what I should buy ?

Thanks alot
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#3
thanks dude... looks great
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

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#4
I have a question. So your amp has 4 inputs?
That's pretty neat, what exactly does that do?
Just a stereo type thing?


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#5
I have the same question?

What's the use of so many inputs?
#6
There is two channels with two inputs each. The difference between the two inputs on a channel is just a bit difference in gain, and one of them is brighter sounding than the other... It's probably just as two input amps= high output and low output

The sweet part is that its a JCM 800 wich normaly is a one channel amp, but with this A/B switch I make it a two channel amp thats cool
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!
Last edited by Sl4Sh_Jr. at Jul 27, 2006,
#7
Quote by kurdtkobaign


FTW

I have it and its awesome



I read that it can effect your sound if you use it on with gain ??? u have any experience with this ?
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!
#8
some one else that can help me ? I read only bad things about the RFX aby32....
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!
#9
Boss do a simple passive A/B switcher. AB's are actually pretty cheap and reliable. It's the A/B-Ys that are pricier and have problems when using two amps (the Y bit).
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#10
^ that one is pretty much the standard for AB/Y switches. TBH no matter which one you get it will suck tone in one way or another just because youre taking the singal and splitting it in two or more ways. Its kind of like a wireless system in that they all take away tone in someway or anyother ya know.
#12
^Making one is VERY easy, that's what I'd do for sure.

And not all ABYs will kill your tone, it depends if they're buffered or not.
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#13
make sure one input while plugged in doesn't bypass the other input or else an A/B box won't work, it will just be a mute switch
#14
Im only 15 years old, and dont know the first thing about electrisity or how things work in electric stuff... :S

Just making a new wire is hard for me :P
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!