B&H # YUNSIM MFR # YUNSIM
"a must have...Simply Superb!!...Binds up to the ST24 controller which is nice as that is the controller for the H. Also let the kidos play with it so when we take the H out I not to scare of them not knowing what or how to fly....It is important for a Novice pilot as well as a seasoned pilot to practice there skills to maintain and improve there piloting ability."See more
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B&H # PAPGA04 MFR # PGA04
B&H # PAPGA04L02 MFR # PGA04L02
B&H # PAPGA04L04 MFR # PGA04L04
B&H # PAPGA04L16 MFR # PGA04L16
B&H # PIRSSU MFR # RSS-U
The pedal gives you stereo inputs and outputs, enabling all sorts of connective possibilities, such as one guitar going to a mono destination point, one guitar going to two amplifiers (for a stereo effect), and stereo keyboards going to different mixer, PA, or amplifier channels. Please note, however, that when the pedal is engaged with stereo inputs, the rotary effect only processes input one; the other channel remains uneffected, which can be used to your benefit for blending clean tone with effected tone.
If you use the two expression jacks with compatible expression pedals, you can control the rate of each emulated rotor independently of each other, speeding up the high rotor while the low stays the same, or vice versa. A jack for an optional momentary or latching switch is also provided, in case you want to use such a switch to create that awesome, pendulous effect that takes place when you order a rotary cabinet to “break”—i.e., decelerate to a full stop—a wonderful way to break the tension at an appropriate part of a song or jam. When this option is utilized, the Ramp knob controls the speed at which the break occurs. A power adapter is included with this pedal.
B&H # HUREDBOX5 MFR # REDBOX5
Other switches afford you the ability to filter the sound of the cab. The Loose/Tight selector allows you to switch between a more chunky, hefty sound and a timbre that's more diffuse and airy. Likewise, you can choose between aggressive or warmer tonalities with the Vintage/Modern switch. The Small/Large switch selects between emulations of small and large cabinets, while the remaining selector is a more utilitarian ground/lift switch for mitigating the noise associated with ground loops.
The Red Box 5 has three connection points. Two 1/4" jacks are on hand—one input and one thru; this allows you to place the box in-line between your amp and your cabinet, which is one way to route signal through the box. You can also feed the Red Box 5 with signal from your amp's FX send jack, should the amp have one. A single XLR jack is provided for sending signal to mixers, recording interfaces, or the house PA. You can power the Red Box with a 9V battery, through 48V phantom power over the output, or by means of a power supply, which is available separately.