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The Radial Engineering Bigshot EFX True Bypass Effects Switcher will not only keep noisy pedals out of your signal path when they're not in use. It also gives you control over two discreet effects loops, which can be combined to form innovative new effects combinations.
Built out of 14-gauge steel and designed to take up as little room as possible, the Bigshot EFX is configured with the effects connections on the front, to work with the way most pedalboards are set up.
Tough, compact, and engineered to be all help and no hinder, the Bigshot EFX is your solution to pops, clicks, and the dreaded "fuzzbox fizz."
Tame Your Noisy Pedals
Pedals that sound great when activated, but noisy and tone-dead in bypass mode, can be a real problem in live performance. The Bigshot EFX solves this by completely removing the offending pedal from the signal chain when not in use.
Two Separate Loops
Two discreet effects loops can be a help in several ways. You could isolate a particularly noisy pedal from the rest of your effect chain, only introducing it when necessary. Or you could keep your distortion and wah on one chain, and your delay and modulation effects on the other. You can then bring in one chain or the other, or combine them with the Both pedal.
Designed for Your Pedalboard
Compact, tough as nails, and configured for convenient cabling, the Bigshot EFX was designed with your pedalboard in mind. The effects connections are in the front for minimum cable length. The footswitches themselves are a heavy-duty model you can stomp without trepidation.