Looper with Amp Channel Selector

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Each pedal is built to order, normal build time is 7 to 10 days.
£40.00
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£33.33
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Please note this is not a phrase or sample looper pedal where you can record your guitar and then play over the loops, more info here.

Here's a single true bypass loop with an additional socket to attachment a cable to your amp in order to select channels (for amps accepting latching channel switching).  The footswitch activates the loop whilst changing you amps channel with one stomp.  There is a polarity switch to ensure the correct channel is selected for the loop.

The channel select socket comes with a mono version as this is the most commonly used, I can use a stereo socket and wire it the ring if needed, please contact me if this is required.

The pedal is totally passive.  If you need to power the latching LED the pedal has a Boss style 2.1mm 9v (negative ground) DC socket.

By default, the pedal comes unpainted with a black label, you can have the pedal painted for an additional £5-£7 and also have a coloured label for an additional £2.

Examples of our enclosures and labels can been seen here.  Please note that if a enclosure colour is not listed then it is not available for this pedal.

The pedal is built with:

  • Hammond aluminium enclosure
  • Neutrik jack sockets
  • Heavy duty foot switches
  • Point to point wiring
  • LED
  • 2.1mm 9v DC Socket
  • Velcro to stick it to your pedalboard

Enclosure dimensions:

110x60x31mm

2 years, please see Terms & Conditions for further information.

Tax:
Not applied outside the EU

Reviews

  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by Mark Jones on 16th Sep 2013

    Have been after a channel selector switch for my 6505 for years, but when I changed from the OD to clean channel, I wanted my TS9 to drop out of the chain simultaneously. This pedal does just that! Absolutely fantastic!

  • 5
    AMAZEING

    Posted by Jake on 18th Mar 2012

    this is so good i could get a million of them