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SOLD Radial Big Shot ABY True Bypass Amp Switcher

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by bassman28, May 1, 2015.


  1. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

    Dec 31, 2010
    North Carolina
    Price:
    $65
    Location:
    North Carolina
    BigShot™ ABY True Bypass SwitcherPart No. R800 7200

    True-bypass ABY amp selector with tuner out On-board transformer to eliminate hum & buzz 180° polarity reverse to phase-match amps 100% passive, does not require a battery or power

    The Radial BigShot ABY is a compact ABY switcher that enables you to either switch between two amplifiers or combine the signal when you want both amps to play at the same time.

    Designed for the purist, this true-bypass ABY switcher is completely passive meaning that there are no tone altering buffers in between the guitar and the amplifier. With the BigShot ABY, you get the pure tone from your guitar plugged direct into your amp! To add versatility, the BigShot ABY is also equipped with a separate tuner out. This 'always on' output feeds your tuner for constant monitoring while keeping it out of the signal chain. Should you experience hum and buzz problems due to ground loops, the BigShot ABY comes to the rescue with a ground lift switch and built-in isolation transformer. Once engaged, you can toggle the polarity of the second amplifier to ensure both amps play in absolute phase.

    The compact yet ultra rugged design makes the BigShot ABY ideal for pedalboards where space is always at a premium. Furthermore, because it does not require any power to make it work, it eliminates the need for batteries and space hungry power supplies. NOTE (These can also be used for an A/B 2 basses into one amp)

    The BigShot ABY... the most versatile true-bypass switcher made today!
    In excellent shape $65 shipped
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    Last edited: May 3, 2015
  2. Can this be used in reverse? Two basses in, one signal out?
     
  3. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

    Dec 31, 2010
    North Carolina
    Yes it can bump
     
  4. bassman28

    bassman28 Supporting Member

    Dec 31, 2010
    North Carolina
    Bump
     

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