I am new to this forum and this is my first post.Please pardon me If I am violating any terms.
My question is that how to send two output signals both at the same time to one channel in the mixer or Amp.I do know that the line selector pedal will be helpful in this regard as I can blend them both in one single output and send it to the Amp or PA. But the problem is how to send two input signals from my one single guitar to the two different effects loop that I want to use.
I have a Source audio Bass Envelope filter , SA Bass Distortion, Digitech Bass synth , Boss Bass Synth, Graphic Eq and Super octave , Ebs Multicomp and a Korg Pitch Black Tuner. I want to chain it into two loops . Loop A- Tuner, Compressor , Boss Bass Synth and Octave. Loop B- Digitech Bass synth, SA Distortion , SA envelope Filter and last the Eq pedal.
The reason why I want to use two different loops is for the convenience of easy change of effects. I am also aware that a pedal called Octaswith can be useful in this regard but its two big and I don't need so many options, Just A and B is enough for me. Please help !
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A/b switch box aka aby box or channel selector
Get a Boss LS-2.
As said above; you can use an LS-2 to mix the two effect returns, and a second LS-2 to split the input signal into two sends (use the A+B mix/Bypass mode). There are probably cheaper alternatives, but this I just tried with my LS-2.
EDIT: I'm not quite sure what you want to do; if it's two loops both active in parallel and then mixed, or if you just want two loops where you select either the first or the second loop. If it is the latter you just need one LS-2 or similar A/B switcher.
Pigtronix Keymaster is a great pedal for recording and live. Or you could get away with the A/B/Y type pedals mentioned above. Maybe even a Y cable?http://www.pigtronix.com/products/keymaster/
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