What's with you and tuners? The 5 you already have not enough? :lol:https://www.musiciansfriend.com/acc...-tuner-pedal/l53019000000000?cntry=US&cur=USD
That's a great deal. I have one of these and it's fantastic.
I have 4, plus a Stroborack. :lol: Each one of my amps has it's own complete signal path, so my pedalboard just has 4 tuners on it.What's with you and tuners? The 5 you already have not enough? :lol:
Because then each rig wouldn't be usable all the time. I don't want to juggle cables, I just want to plug in and go. And for the odd occasion that I have friends over to jam/record once the damn pandemic ends, I want to be able to record everything separately at the same time.I mean, I get it, but why not 1 tuner and a cheap patch bay?
You could just plug the tuner then into whichever amp you want right at the patch bay. There's a Hosa one that has 8 ins/outs for only about $15 more as well:
Except then if I'm using the Mark and the Triaxis at the same time, I'd only have one tuner dude. I don't want a patch bay, I want 4 complete guitar rigs and that's what I have. I don't want them to share anything.I mean, it still would be. Instead of plugging into one of 4 tuners, you'd plug the tuner into one of the inputs for the amps in the patch bay. Saves the need for 4 tuners and it's literally the same thing, just instead of plugging a guitar into 1 of 4 tuners, leave the guitar plugged into the tuner and plug the tuner into one of four jacks going to the different amps.