Something as simple as an AB pedal doesn't need more than a little added style. The Little Splitter is a fantastic and most beautiful AB pedal from Vein-Tap.com, and can be one of the most useful switches on your pedalboard.
Let us count the ways that the Little Splitter can make your life and rig better:
A lot of guitarists have two different guitars they'll use through the same amp. There's no way a Les Paul will ever sound anything like a Telecaster, or a hollowbody Epiphone will sound at all like a metal roaring BC Rich. There will also be many times in a set when you'll need to change tunings: commonly standard E tuning to Drop D. You can save a lot of hassle, and look far more professional, by saving the precious onstage minutes you would otherwise spend tuning by having two guitars you can quickly and noiselessly switch out. If you need convincing: try tuning your guitar onstage. Even if your audience forgives you, your vocalist will have less time to talk the audience's ears off, benefitting everyone!
Changing guitars with the same cable can ruin the moment by causing hideous popping and humming which not only hurts the audience's ears, but ruins the moment and can be so easily prevented with the Little Splitter!
Back-breaking it may be, but bringing two amps to a gig or practice space can make you sound truly professional. Choosing an amp tone is a very personal thing, both in the control levels you choose and in the way your playing style and your fingers will make the amp sound. Although many amps, especially modern amps, have a great many different channels, it's a very rare case when only one amp will give you two or more tones which are exactly as you want them. The classic example – one amp for clean tones and one for dirty tones – is practically the only way to go in higher-end gear circles.
John Mayer, for instance, uses Two-Rock and Dumble amps for driven tones and Fender for his clean tones. If we were to count off the guitarists who choose Fender for clean tones and Marshall for dirty, we'd bore you senseless. Either way: having two amps onstage sounds huge and impossibly good. The Little Splitter allows you to switch between them from a discrete, handy foot pedal you can take anywhere.
All Kinds of Dual Setups
You can really let your creativity fly with this pedal; perhaps you'd like two entirely separate pedalboards to engage at different times, saving you a world of tapdancing and foolishness onstage: the Little Splitter is your best friend.
With a dual-colour LED indicator to let you know at a glance which signal path you've chosen, you can't go wrong! Like most of our pedals, the actual splitter is passive, so you don't need 9v DC power to get it to work – only the LED. Handy, eh?
Buy a Little Splitter now! It makes more sense than anyone has any business making.