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Fulltone Custom Shop True-Path ABY-ST V2 Switch Pedal
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The Fulltone Custom Shop True-Path CS-ABY-ST V2 is still one of the best ABY switchers in the world, and it's smaller than ever.The True-Path has sil...Click To Read More About This Product
It's time to switch things up with this pro-quality, silent ABY.
The Fulltone Custom Shop True-Path CS-ABY-ST V2 is still one of the best ABY switchers in the world, and it's smaller than ever.
The True-Path has silent soft switches. No pops, no ticks, and no electrocutions, thanks to a nickel core, custom-wound 1:1 transformer that doesn't boost the treble frequencies like the "industry standard" transformer does, so fuzzes played through the True-Path sound round and distortions don't sound strident. I can hear it, so can you.
Want it buffered? You got it.
Each channel has switchable JFET Buffers to drive long lengths of cables without any tone loss. Want it clean and clear for fuzz tones? Fuzz pedals like to be hit with high-impedance signals like your pickups produce. Buffers are low impedance, so if you are a fuzz connoisseur, you simply turn off the buffer on the ABY channel that goes to your fuzzes.
Want to correct the phase between your 2 amps? You got it.
While some other ABY's says they're silent, truth is they have a slight "thump" that becomes a loud "boom" when splitting say a Twin Reverb and vintage Plexi Marshall.
Do not confuse this with a simple metal box and two switches that comprise 99% of the ABY's out there. Those sound ok until your signal chain reaches 20 feet or more, until you hit "Both" and the signal is loaded down to oblivion, or until you get electrocuted because of grounding issues due to the absence of an isolation transformer that the True-Path has!
And don't think that your tone is going to suck because you see the inside of the True-Path and think that your signal is going through a bunch of circuitry. No audio signal passes through the switches or any of that circuity! Your signal is going through one resistor in the True-Path (that's the optocoupler), or if you choose, it will go through a tone-full JFET unity gain buffer that is rich and sweet, and perhaps a custom wound Nickel-core Audio transformer (B channel only).
All that gadgetry in the True-Path is simply to light up those 4 optocoupler in a way that they don't POP when switching between amps. None of your guitar signal goes through that.
It's pure, it's True-Path, it's Fulltone.
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