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Combination loop mixer and input selector


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So what I'm looking for is this. A pedal that allows to me to mix two parallel loops, like the A+B mode of the Boss LS2, but without the other crap that it offers, and I'd love to have an input selector as well. The application is this: When I play my electric, it will feed two parallel loops, one for drives and one for shimmer, both of which will be on a second board. When I play acoustic, I want to select the other input, be able to bypass the loops, and feed the signal straight to the comp/modulation boxes. As absolutely small a footprint as possible, which is why I'm trying to avoid two separate pedals if possible. Real estate is at a super premium right now.... Anyways, I'm wondering if anyone knows of anything like this, or possibly would be willing to build one, I'm open to that too. It would need to be buffered for each loop and then the output again, or so I would think. Thoughts?

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If I'm understanding what you're saying correctly, then this will do exactly what you want... but it's not a tiny pedal.

 

http://www.pigtronix.com/products/keymaster/

 

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Still, it's a very versatile and useful pedal. It's a fantastic problem-solver. I reviewed it a while back...

 

http://www.harmonycentral.com/docs/DOC-1875

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Never mind, I didn't do my signal flow quite correctly, and that wouldn't have worked for me. I'm gonna keep the LS2, and supplement it with a TB looper and an input selector, as my needs are slightly different. this layout is stupidly complicated, but as long as it works for me in the end...

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