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Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal

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The Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal lets you route one guitar to up to three amps. A lot of players, including George Lynch, want to be able to hoo...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 10-25-2017

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A high-quality device that lets you use up to 3 amps at once.

The Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal lets you route one guitar to up to three amps. A lot of players, including George Lynch, want to be able to hook up 3 amps and switch each independently or in any combination. Morley has designed the Tripler to do this, and at George's request, added a boost knob that increases the signal strength of the entire Tripler output to compensate for lost volume when using all 3 channels simultaneously. The Morley Tripler is housed in a cold rolled steel case for years of use and abuse. Comes with LED indication for each channel and runs on one 9V battery or optional Morley adapter. Morley gives you a 2-year warranty with the George Lynch Tripler.

FEATURES
Links up to 3 amps and switches independently or combines them in any way
Boost knob compensates for volume loss when 3 channels are used simultaneously
Housed in cold rolled steel case
LED indication for each channels
Runs of 9V battery or optional Morley adapter
2-year warranty

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MorleyGeorge Lynch Tripler Pedal
 
3.6

(based on 18 reviews)

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    (9)

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    (3)

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Get rid of the hum then a good product

I have had my tripler since August 2007.It works great AFTER I found the sorce of the hum.The factory customer care was very unhelpful and gave wrong information (said all equipment should be...Read complete review

I have had my tripler since August 2007.It works great AFTER I found the sorce of the hum.The factory customer care was very unhelpful and gave wrong information (said all equipment should be on "different" circuits!). They only wanted to SELL more stuff, not find the problem.What I found was the inside paint is insulating the switches and causing a ground hum. Simply take out the switches (do not unsouder) and scrape the paint away from where they touch the metal box when they are put back. Do this on the inside of the box. Hum is gone.Then you have a good product.

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tripler- problem fix

I got mine a month ago and I put up with all kinds of static and hum, which would go away for awhile when you touched it. Tech Support was useless. They only...Read complete review

I got mine a month ago and I put up with all kinds of static and hum, which would go away for awhile when you touched it. Tech Support was useless. They only want to sell something else. The fix is open it up, take out the switches, remove paint from the inside of the box around the switches especially the grounding lug. Then the unit was quiet. Poor ground from the factory was the problem.

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(15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Get rid of the hum then a good product

By rockonpapa

from USA

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Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

I have had my tripler since August 2007.It works great AFTER I found the sorce of the hum.The factory customer care was very unhelpful and gave wrong information (said all equipment should be on "different" circuits!). They only wanted to SELL more stuff, not find the problem.What I found was the inside paint is insulating the switches and causing a ground hum. Simply take out the switches (do not unsouder) and scrape the paint away from where they touch the metal box when they are put back. Do this on the inside of the box. Hum is gone.Then you have a good product.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

tripler- problem fix

By Ken-dWwKu

from Fl Gulf Coast

Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

I got mine a month ago and I put up with all kinds of static and hum, which would go away for awhile when you touched it. Tech Support was useless. They only want to sell something else. The fix is open it up, take out the switches, remove paint from the inside of the box around the switches especially the grounding lug. Then the unit was quiet. Poor ground from the factory was the problem.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

couldn't get rid of it quick enough

By guy with a guitar

from mi

Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

i bought one of these and returned it the next day as soon as a second amp was hooked in the hum was unbearable, and why buy this and a hum x when you can spend a little more and get the voodoo labs switcher and get it all in onedon't waste your money

(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Ground Loop This Sucks!

By juan Garcia Vidaurri

from Texas

Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

Ok, This pedal have a good heavy contruction, but what porpouse can have, if morley dont isolate the outputs? may be, that way they can sell you the hum eliminator, or the hum X, either way, this is a bad item, incredible hum appears almost always. better go to voodoo labs amp selector.
Splitter
Good construction but no isolation
kind of cheap

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Buzz Kill?

By MusicBiz123

from Phoenix, AZ

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Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

I bought the autographed edition of the tripler because I love George and I would normally trust anything he stands by. This, however, was different. I purchased it to route amps for studio use. When you hook up three amps, even with suppressors and expensive cables, there is a HUGE amount of buzz and hum feedback. Morley says this is normal in the guide and suggests the purchase of the Hum X. I purchased this item as well for $60 and it did absolutely nothing. This pedal is useless and is now hanging on my wall along with all my other autographed memorabilia.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Can you hum the word SUCKS!

By Dave

from Hanover, PA

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Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

Save your money and your time. Stay away from this poorly designed pedal! Spend the extra bucks and get the Voodoo Lab Amp Selector. You won't regret it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Paint Removal Around Switches Works!!!

By Rock Guitarist

from Virginia

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      Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

      Read the reviews about scraping the paint off around the footswitches. It worked!!
      I bought this pedal along with the Rolls RFX ABY32 to split my signal between the Yamaha Magicstomp pedals and my amps. After doing some research on this pedal I decided to buy it because it does 3 amps at a time. Decided to try this at a gig and the hum was unbearable. Always check your gear at home first as a rule of thumb.
      Now that I scraped the paint off the inside under the switches and inside the hole where the switches go it now sounds just like I wanted it to without the hum!
      Thank you all for posting the fix!

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Fantastic with three amps

      By Broadcaster

      from Memphis

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

      No negative issues. Did not experience any hum or ground problems as stated by others. Works flawlessly. I use with three amps simultaneously.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      It works

      By M.C. Cox

      from Undisclosed

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      Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

      It works great for me. Yes there is some hum, but I'm running three tube amps. There's no more hum than usual. I'm running a Fender 65 Twin Reverb, Fender Blues Devile 410, and a Bugera 333XL combo. I dial them in for the sound I need out of each and go for it. For some solos I run the overdriven Bugera with the clean reverb in the Blues Deville. It runs both of them very nicely. Now, I have the boost dial turned all the way down. The more I turn it up, the louder the hum gets. So, keeping it down seems to do the trick. For the price, it runs my three amps just fine.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      I wouldn't build a rig without one

      By The More Choices the Better

      from Milwaukee WI

      Comments about Morley George Lynch Tripler Pedal:

      I'm not sure what these other reviewers could be doing to get such poor performance but mine works great. I use it to split my signal into an old Yamaha GEP-50, and two Rockman Sustainors. From there it goes into a Yamaha PA head. I don't hear any hum or noise at all. The case is Morley tough and the switches are nicely spaced. I'm very pleased.

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