This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Radial Tonebone Mix-Blender Buffer Mixer & Effects Loop. This Electric Guitars will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Tonebone Mix-Blender Buffer Mixer & Effects Loop.
Radial Tonebone Mix-Blender Buffer Mixer & Effects Loop in the Electric Guitars category
Potential Applications Two Instruments Into One Amplifier: Thanks to the Mix-Blenders two inputs you can connect two instruments and have them play at the same volume through your amplifier for rapid changes when performing. Connecting your tuner to the send jack allows you to monitor your tuning on the fly Blending Two Pickups Together: Combining two pickups is an excellent way to achieve a natural and beautiful acoustic guitar tone when plugged in. The Mix-Blender can be used to precisely mix together the two signals from these pickups on the same guitar Bass Guitar With Overdrive: Add overdrive or distortion to your bass guitar signal without lowing the powerful bottom end. The Mix-Blenders wet/dry control allows you to mix in the perfect amount of distortion to your signal path whilst retaining the original pure tone of your instrument Features Mix two instruments or effects together simultaneously Blend-in effects whilst retaining the tone of your instrument Class-A buffered inputs with individual level controls Opens the door to creating new subtle or unique effects Send the combined signal through a mixer-style effects loop for processing Designed to work with guitars bass and keyboards On-board heavy-duty footswitch for engaging the effects loop Wet/dry blend control for adding slight enhancements or extreme colouration to your signal Unique tool designed to bring new tonal textures to your world 100 percent discrete Class-A circuitry ensures minimal negative feedback and delivers the most natural tone Military-spec PCB with full ground plane for noise-free performance Double-sided through-hole solder points Potentiometer with steel casing steel shaft and steel retention nut Connectors with glass-filled nylon housings and nickel-silver contacts 14-gauge steel enclosure prevents the PCB from being torqued Specifications Audio Circuit Type: Discrete Class-A main audio path audio-grade IC send-return loop Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz (+0/-2dB) Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.01 percent Dynamic Range: 104dB Input Impedance: -220K Maximum Input: +10dBu Maximum Gain: FX Off: -30dB FX On: +2dB FX Return Maximum Input: +7dBu Clip Level: Output: +8dBu FX Output: +6dBu Equivalent Input Noise: -97dBu Intermodulation Distortion: 0.02 percent Phase Deviation: <10° at 100Hz Controls: Input 1/2 Level Blend Switches: FX ON/Bypass FX Phase Invert Polarity: FX Send Construction: 14-gauge steel chassis and outer shell Finish: Durable powder coat Power: 9V 100mA (or more) adapter Dimensions (L x W x H): 117.34mm x 88.9mm x 50.8mm / 4.62 x 3.5 x 2 Weight: 0.61kg / 1.35lbs Controls & Connectivity Effects: Heavy-duty footswitch that activates the Mix-Blenders effects loop LED: Super-bright full-size LED indicator Input 1 & 2: Standard 1/4 guitar inputs for two instruments or effects Level 1 & 2: Used to adjust the relative levels between the two instruments Blend: Wet/dry blend control that lets you blend as much of your effects as you like into your signal path Polarity: Toggles the effects Sends relative phase by 180° to compensate for pedals that may be out of phase with the dry signal path Output: Standard 1/4 guitar level output used to feed a stage amp or other pedals Send: 1/4 jack used to feed the effects pedal chain or a tuner Return: 1/4 jack used to bring the signal from the effects pedals back into the Mix-Blender 9VDC: Typical 9V power supply connection used to power the Mix-Blender Cable Clamp: Used to retain the power supply cable and eliminate accidental disconnection
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