LeapFrog Audio Router
The LeapFrog Audio Router is a passive, true bypass, relay based foot pedal that allows you to instantly change the routing of your pedalboard. You can relocate a pedal from the input stage to the effects loop. You can change the sequence of pedals with a single button press. Move a Phaser from before gain to after gain, perhaps. You can even move a section of pedals, if you like.
TonePath 16 Audio Router
The TonePath 16 Audio Router allows the user to insert up to 16 effects into the audio path and store these selections in 16 presets. The audio path uses physical relays in a True Bypass configuration so that unused devices have no load on the audio signal. The audio path consists of two main loops with eight assignable insert loops each, or pop the lid and divide the 16 sends any way you like. I like 12 in Loop A and 4 in Loop B, myself. There is also a dedicated Tuner button and Bypass button. Beyond this, the framework is extremely customizable and the new LeapFrog add-on board lets you relocate a pedal from its current location to any other location in the box! Move a phaser from Loop A (amp Input) to Loop B (effects loop) by either preset assignment or with the Live effect insert mod.
- No audio signal at the player’s feet. All pedals and cables are back by the amp.
- Multiple effects changes occur with one button press.
- Original signal can pass through the box unmodified, even if unplugged. True Bypass.
- The standard RJ-45 cable can be easily replaced if lost or damaged.
- No software means foolproof, glitch-free operation.
- The DIP-switch memory system requires no power. There is no risk of losing a preset memory.
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Sky Guitars of Denton, Texas has a TonePath on display (see photo below). Stop in and see Eric or Corey and you can test drive it for yourself! Sky Guitars is located at 521 N Elm St, Denton, TX 76201. (940) 387-2671
Soundman Eliminator Pedal
A passive volume control for your effects loop. Can also be placed before amp Input, I recommend putting it last. Now you can boost yourself for leads while the soundman is napping at the console. Many people use a Volume Pedal for this, my box is much smaller and eliminates the constant see-sawing. New Mini version coming soon!
Soundman Eliminator – $50
With LED Light – $65
The amps are connected using short cables. The remote switch is upstage and removes about 30 or 40 feet of instrument cable from your setup.
Can function as
“A or B” or “A and B”
Remote A/B Box – $60