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  • Switching Multiple Preamps Using one Power Amp

    I've searched all over for the answer to this and i need a little help. I currently have 4 different premaps (Mako, Peavey, Jackson, Marshall). I have one power amp..a Fryette 2/50/2 power amp.
    Everytime I want to use a different preamp, I unplug the one I was using and plug in the one I want to use. This is getting old. I don't want to run two or more at the same time or any of that. All I want to do is to be able to switch from one preamp to another using the same power amp. I've see the Rocktron patch mate 8 and the GCX. Will either do the trick and am I missing something? I've have looked hard for an answer to this and have been unable to find one.
    If this can be done, can someone give me a basic description of how to do it. Thanks in advance for the help.

    kirkster
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  • #2
    Whirlwind Multi-Selector: http://whirlwindusa.com/catalog/black-boxes-effects-and-dis/miclineinst-switchers/multi-selector-rack
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    • #3
      Rezrover..that is exactly what I am looking for. You made my day. Thank you very much!
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      • #4
        That Whirlwind looks very cool, and is very cheap. For big money, I use Switchblade GL, or there are cheaper models available by that mfg. MIDI controlled, any order, footswitch fx in an out, in addition to boosting/cutting - about as complicated as you want to make it.

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        • #5
          I ended up going with this one. A little more expensive, but better parts and room for two more devices.

          http://www.audiotechguitarproducts.com/SourceSelector1X6.html

          That Whirlwind looks very cool, and is very cheap. For big money, I use Switchblade GL, or there are cheaper models available by that mfg. MIDI controlled, any order, footswitch fx in an out, in addition to boosting/cutting - about as complicated as you want to make it.
          <div class="signaturecontainer">It's all about........TONE!<br />
          <br />
          (MOTGLHC)</div>

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          • #6
            Mesa Boogie Hi-Gain switcher
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            Musket > Morley Bad Horsie > DynaComp > FullDrive 2 > BBE Green Screamer > EH POG2 > Ernie Ball Volume > Amp
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            • #7
              If you have the money, Radial JX44 Air Control : http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/JX44

              Keith Urban's guitar tech starts talking about it at about 2:15 in this video.

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