ABY & Switcher Pedals1-28 of 28 products
BOSS FS6 Momentary/Latch A/B Footswitch
BOSS LS-2 Line Selector/Power Supply
BOSS FS-5U Unlatching Footswitch
BOSS FS-7 Dual Footswitch
BOSS ES-8 Effect Switching System
MXR M199 Tap Tempo
Digitech FS3X Footswitch
Electro Harmonix Triple Foot Controller
BOSS FS-5L Latching Footswitch
BOSS ES-5 Effect Switcher
Nektar Pacer MIDI DAW Foot Controller
Voodoo Lab Commander
Morley ABC Selector/Combiner Switch
Morley ABY Selector/Combiner Switch
Morley ABY Mixer
Strymon Mini Switch
Zoom FS01 Momentary Foot Switch
Gamechanger Audio FOOTSWITCH for PLUS PEDAL
Fishman PRO-TRP-FC1 Tripleplay Foot Controller
Electro Harmonix 8 Step Foot Controller
BOSS AB-2 Way Footswitch
MXR M196 A/B Box
Suhr ISO Line Out Box
Radial Headbone VT Amp Head Switcher (Pre-Owned)
Line 6 FBV Shortboard MKII USB (Pre-Owned) #(21)FSB0L6021008881
Matthews Effects Futurist Midi Pedal
About ABY & Switcher Pedals
Switcher pedals is a catch-all term for pedals that do basic routing functions or send basic information to other pedals or your amp.
These utility pedals can really open up the creative potential of your guitar playing. It can also give you hands free control of your amp. ABY switches are a simple device which either turns one signal path into two, or two signal paths into one. This means that you could plug two guitars into one amp simultaneously or plug one guitar into two amps simultaneously. Playing through multiple amps at the same gives real breadth to your sound and opens up a world of stereo and “wet/dry” possibilities.
‘Loop’ switchers are simple devices that take a pedal out of your signal chain when you are not using them. This is so that you can have the shortest route from your guitar to your amp, reducing noise and signal loss. Another added advantage is this makes it much easier to control with your feet because all the switches are now in a row at the front of your board.
Pedals like a footswitch for changing channels on an amp or an external tap-tempo for a delay pedal don’t actually carry your guitar signal. Instead they send information to the amp or pedal via a special cable known as a ‘TRS’ cable.