Voodoo Lab Amp Selector


Goodness gracious I have GOT to get this pedal.

I am currently using a Tophat King Royale, a great sounding amp that I have posted on previously. It has two channels, each with a high and low input, and no channel switching. So that's four potential inputs on the amp, but no way to remotely switch between them without an a/b. This Voodoo Lab Amp Selector looks like the ULTIMATE A/B switch. It will allow me to run my guitar output (or in my case my pedalboard output) to all four amp inputs and switch between them. Cool! Plus I can set the signal level of each send independently (look at those four volume knobs!). Think of the possibilities!

I am thinking about dragging out my Marshall TSL602 combo and using it as a hi-gain lead sound or for brutal palm muted rhythms! Then I would be switching between three inputs on my Tophat and sending the fourth to my Marshall. Heck, I could even blend in my California Blonde and see what that does.

Here's what the geniuses at Voodoo Labs have to say about this simple "why didn't someone do this before" solution.

The Voodoo Lab Amp Selector is the ultimate stand-alone tool for switching your guitar into multiple amplifiers. It lets you use up to four amps simultaneously without added hum or loss of tone. You can switch between or layer amps in any combination. The switching is absolutely silent with no clicks or pops.

The Amp Selector fulfills several indispensable real world applications for guitarists. Each of the outputs can be directly switched, allowing you to layer any combination of amps simultaneously. It can also be configured as an A/B/C/D box for selecting between up to four amplifiers with a single button press.

The Amp Selector features a buffered tuner or split output for slaving additional devices without loading down your pickups or muddying your tone. A second input can be used for a stereo signal path, or to switch two instruments into different pairs of amplifiers.

1 comment:

Kyle said...

Voodoo Labs always seems to think a bit out of the box on each of their pedals. I remember having the same "duh" moment with the Sparkle Drive. Blending signals allows for such rich tones...makes me warm and fuzzy.