Guitar splitter

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by sproll, Feb 1, 2005.

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  1. sproll

    sproll Active Member

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    Hi there,

    I seen Kurt recommend the Littlelabs Distro and such, but they are extremely expensive.

    Are there any out there that are a little less money and still work half decent? Thanks!

    Tom
     
  2. heyman

    heyman Guest

    Yes, the little labs STD. It is a low cost high quality unit. 125.00 bucks get 's you a clean transparent Splitter with no loss of sound.

    I used it on a recent session and I had to split the guitar to 2 diffrent amps. Worked great.

    I highly recommend it !!

    Jim
     
  3. sproll

    sproll Active Member

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    Can you use it for re-amping as well?
     
  4. heyman

    heyman Guest

    Not sure, give him a call.

    800-642-0064

    Sproll, even as a splitter box- you will not be disapointed.

    Take care-
    Jim
     
  5. sproll

    sproll Active Member

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    Awesome... thanks for the tip!

    Tom
     
  6. vhollund

    vhollund Guest

    theres Skrydstrup and there is Axess elec too
    both high quality at affordable prices
     
  7. Johnjm22

    Johnjm22 Guest

    I second the Little Labs std. Not only is it a splitter, but It also converts your instruments output to xlr so you can have long cable runs without losing quality.
     
  8. anonymous

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    Nope.

    It was originally meant for long instrument runs... like you have a guitar player in the control room and the amp in the studio kind of a thing.

    There is a 1/4" plug with a "Single Transistor" in it that drives a balanced signal to an XLR that can be plugged into a mic cable which can be plugged into the "receiver Device"... from that receiver device you can plug into two amps, an amp and a direct box... whatever [there are two high impedance 1/4" outputs].

    Hence the name "Single Transistor Device" or "STD" for short.

    For "reamping" you'd need a "Redeye" or a "PCP" or an "IBP".
     
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