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Re: running two amps at once

hi richard,
thanks for your reply. i just wanted to shoot you a quick question before 
made my next move. someone else replied saying that i could split my 
with any stereo pedal. is this true? the only stereo pedal i own right now 
is a line 6 floor delay. i figured i would need something else to split my 
guitar signal. if you don't mind taking a minute to tell me where to go 
here and feel free to explain it to me as though i were 8. we're only 
talking about two inputs and two outputs here and i feel confused. sorry, 
thanks alot for your help. andy

>From: Richard Zvonar <zvonar@zvonar.com>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: running two amps at once
>Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 09:47:55 -0800
>At 4:57 PM +0000 3/20/05, Andy Morris wrote:
>>I'm well aware that an a/b switch is necessary in order to drive two 
>>amplifiers at once.
>This is not strictly true. You can drive multiple amplifiers simply by 
>splitting the signal and routing each leg of the signal to a different 
>All the A/B switch does is to allow you to switch between two amplifiers 
>a convenient manner, so rather than an A/B switch allowing you to drive 
>amplifiers at once, it really allows you to drive two amplifiers in 
>>What I am curious about is whether it is possible for me to send the 
>>signal from my boomerang to a smaller 2x12 amp while at the same time 
>>using my 4x10 to drive my lead signal.
>Of course. Just split the guitar signal and send one leg to the Boomerang 
>and the other to the 4x0. Then patch the output of the Boomerang directly 
>to the 2x12.
>Richard Zvonar, PhD
>(818) 788-2202