two effects... One switch?

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two effects... One switch?

Postby shugs81 » 20 Jan 2010, 03:12

just wondering............... If using the 3pdt switches is it possible to turn two effects at the same time by running two wires from input / two wires output or... Input to first effect... First output to second input... Second output to switch?

what I'm looking for is the two effects to some on at the same time rather than having two switches for the individual effects???

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Re: two effects... One switch?

Postby jonfoote » 20 Jan 2010, 13:15

yeah, if you join the out of the first to the in of the second youve effectively made it into 1 effect.
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Re: two effects... One switch?

Postby shugs81 » 20 Jan 2010, 14:16

cool beans... Saves me some switches!!!
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Re: two effects... One switch?

Postby razorblades » 03 Apr 2014, 04:25

Does this apply if the output of the first circuit is lug 2 of the volume pot?
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