|tink9975 ||08-28-2013 08:08 AM |
Line Selector with level control
Does anyone make a line selector with a level control (for one or both lines) that is smaller than the Morley mix or the Tonebone?
I'm adding a passive bass to the rotation and its output is significantly less than my active basses. All of my actives have nearly the same output, so they are fine, but I would like to be able to switch basses quickly during a set without having to change a bunch of settings.
|gard0300 ||08-28-2013 08:13 AM |
|tink9975 ||08-28-2013 08:21 AM |
I hadn't thought of that one, I always thought of it as more of a looper, but if i put it in A-B mode, one bass in return A, one bass in return B, and then output to the rest of my chain, it should work just fine.
Any other options?
|jgroh ||08-28-2013 08:31 AM |
I got the Boss LS-2 for exactly that same reason...my Steinberger or G&L L2500 has insane output compared to my Ric, and I switch basses several times at a gig. I set it up just like you said and control the level and it works great.
|Swift713 ||08-28-2013 10:14 AM |
Radial also makes a smaller one called Big Shot I believe. I think it just had two inputs with vol knobs and a foot switch.
|spufman ||09-02-2013 09:11 AM |
LS-2 works great for this. I use mine for 3 inputs - 1 straight and 2 with adjusted level.
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