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Looking for a decent ABY box so I can send my guitar into my amp and capture the DI at the same time. So far I've seen these:

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ABY PEDAL | | Boo InstrumentsBoo Instruments

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0002D06...de=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B0002D06EU

Reading about, I saw that it may be necessary to have one with a buffer in it so the signal isn't so weak at both destinations. Is that the case? If so, the cost goes up quite sharply, and the Radial Twin City Bones seems to be quite favoured.
 

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Wow, that's £129 here. Does it send out both simultaneously, or is just an either or?
I believe it's just either/or. I gave it a 5 minute test to see if I felt like keeping it, and put it back in the box immediately. :lol: I was going to A/B the Axe-Fx between my 1221s and the PA/Cab setup, but as it turns out I could just use the second set of jacks on one of the outputs.

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Looking for a decent ABY box so I can send my guitar into my amp and capture the DI at the same time. So far I've seen these:

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ABY PEDAL | | Boo InstrumentsBoo Instruments

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Morley A - B Selector / Combiner Box: Amazon.co.uk: Musical Instruments

Reading about, I saw that it may be necessary to have one with a buffer in it so the signal isn't so weak at both destinations. Is that the case? If so, the cost goes up quite sharply, and the Radial Twin City Bones seems to be quite favoured.
Just started using one of these yesterday with my new two channel amp. I picked up the Morley aby. Works good, no signal loss and you can run a or b or both. Pretty cool
 
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