Signal Routing Pedal Question

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by dabigc5, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. dabigc5

    dabigc5

    Jan 23, 2010
    Chicago Suburbs
    Hey guys,

    I’ve been working on revamping my very complicated pedalboard (or so I’m told), and ran into an issue.

    I’m trying to run three parallel signals. Signal A is for a Big Muff, Signal B is for a Rat distortion, and signal C is a clean channel. And yes to those of you who noticed, this is an attempt to make my own “Chris Wolstenholme” sound.

    I have a Morley ABC to split to my three parallel signals, which works wonderfully. I used to have a Rolls Mini Mixer for combine them all back into one, but liked the idea of using another ABC instead. The Rolls had some issues with power.

    Silly me, I didn’t read the instruction manual. Apparently, it is not recommended to have three inputs combined into one output simultaneously with the ABC. And for good reason. I’m getting a ton of hum/squeal from my amp. I also checked out Lehle’s website to see if they had what I need, and couldn’t find it.

    So - here is my question. Does anyone know of a pedalboard friendly way to combine three inputs simultaneously, and send to a single output? Links/photos/personal experience would be appreciated.
     
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  2. adi20hz

    adi20hz

    Feb 16, 2020
    You might want to take a look at Sound Sculpture's Switchblade 8F. It's a matrix switcher, means you can route any output to any input. But it's pretty expensive...

    I think Saturnworks make those kind of blenders, to blend 3 or 4 pedals in parallel. Parallel loop blenders or something...

    Other alternative is to get a MOD Duo from MOD Devices. It's a multi fx that let you chain multiple parallel signal chains.
     
  3. crguti

    crguti

    Feb 14, 2011
    Scandinavia
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  4. adi20hz

    adi20hz

    Feb 16, 2020
    doh!! I totally forget this thing!! Yes, I think we have the winner here!