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Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?

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Do you want an A/B box or just a splitter? The Suhr buffer is an excellent splitter.

The new Mesa Boogie Switchtrack A/B/Y box is designed by Mario Marino (formerly of Axess Electronics), so it should be awesome as well.

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I have an MXR switcher and what I like about it is you can do A, B, Y, + a pass through so you can hook up 3 paths. You can't switch off pass through though so you'd need a mute, volume pedal or pot of some kind for the 3rd connection.

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Currently using this and works great:
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alan67 wrote:
Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?


I have one. It’s really good.

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I like the Lehle Dual SGoS and I use a custom made MIDI cable with a Zoom G9.2tt floor processor to switch between the 3 amps that I have hooked up to it.

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psychodave wrote:
alan67 wrote:
Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?


I have one. It’s really good.




Looks like it has a lot of flexibility.

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psychodave wrote:
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Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?


I have one. It’s really good.


I read the True Path's manual and it says - "there is always the danger of electrocution when combining amplifiers" ...wait, what? How do I kill, or not kill, myself using this thing? :confused:

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alan67 wrote:
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alan67 wrote:
Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?


I have one. It’s really good.


I read the True Path's manual and it says - "there is always the danger of electrocution when combining amplifiers" ...wait, what? How do I kill, or not kill, myself using this thing? :confused:


I guess if you’re using old Marshall’s with polarity switches and 2 prong plugs, sure...you can get zapped. Dry doubtful with today’s amps with grounded plugs.

In case you’re wondering, I learned the hard way with my 67 and 71 super leads. My 71 was a 2 pro g and I got zapped touching my plexi. It wasn’ fun.

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alan67 wrote:
Looking setting up a wet/dry rig and looking for a good splitter

Anyone try the Fulltone True Path ABY-ST box?


I own it...Works flawlessly and great build quality. I recommend.


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This looks promising..............

https://www.earthquakerdevices.com/swiss-things

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I use the RJM Y-Not. It's great !

https://www.rjmmusic.com/y-not/


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This looks promising..............

https://www.earthquakerdevices.com/swiss-things



Wow, that looks really cool

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I use the RJM Y-Not. It's great !

https://www.rjmmusic.com/y-not/
Have one as well...outstanding unit.

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Ive had the Lehle Dual SGOS, Radial Big Shot, Voodoo Lab Amp Selector and a number of Stereo pedals that I've used to split signals before.

If you want switching functions, in my experience, the Lehle is the best. Its one of the few that offers midi integration and has best overall tone preservation and lowest noise of all I've tried. That being said the others I've had were quite good.

I'm currently running a 3 amp rig using both outputs from a Boss MS-3 and a Radial Bigshot to split out for amp #3 and it works great. The big shot is a passive pedal so if you engage the iso switch, you will get some output loss on output B. I found if you throw a HumX on the power cord of the amp, you dont need to use the ISO switch, thus no tone loss and no ground noise.

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Bronco wrote:
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I use the RJM Y-Not. It's great !

https://www.rjmmusic.com/y-not/
Have one as well...outstanding unit.


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I use the TRS in mode to combine two signal paths at the input that can only go to their respective sides on the output. My midi controller just turns each amp on and off as needed on a preset basis.

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I really like the Orange Amp Detonator.

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