"mixer" pedal?

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  1. kludge

    kludge The droid you're looking for Silver Supporting Member

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    Does anyone make a pedal that works like a simple mixer, at guitar/fx signal levels? Something with lots of headroom and clarity. Something with a send-style function would be even better!
     
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    Boss Ls-2. Has a "mix" setting. You can blend two signals together with that selection. Has about 4 or 5 other functions. Handy pedal.
     
  3. kludge

    kludge The droid you're looking for Silver Supporting Member

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    Huh. Never thought I'd GAS for a Boss pedal!
     
  4. frankfalbo

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    Morley has an FX blender in a Wah chassis that always seemed like a cool idea to me, but I don't think they sell very many.
     
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    Saw that the other day it looks like a really cool idea.

    Not a pedal but you could get a small mixer - Beheringer makes one for 50 bucks and accomplish this, not a pedal though so it would be a bit limited.
     
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    I have a Barge Concepts VB jr on the way - its a simple pedal with a buffer and a parallel loop for mixing in for example the wet signal of a delay with the unaffected guitar signal.
     
  8. nic'o'caster

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    +1 excellent pedal ! no tone loss in the loop ! first class buffer.
     
  9. kludge

    kludge The droid you're looking for Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the Barge Concepts suggestion! That looks really cool and useful, too.
     
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    DOD resistance mixer?
     
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