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KRAMA - multi-functional blender/splitter ("Κρᾶμα")

Bassists will be able to use guitar effects without losing their low end.

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Description
Krama Blender Splitter

BLEND or SPLIT your signal. Combine loops, use multiple amps & pedal chains, control the mix-levels independently.

This pedal is a multi-use, multi-functional tool that can be used:
  • as LOOP MIXER: Send your signal into two separate loops (A & B), mix them with your dry signal, adjusting mix-levels independently.
  • as BLENDER: Blend the signals of three separate sources. Those can be either different instruments, pedal chains or a combination.
  • as SPLITTER: Split your signal into three equal outputs without 'coloring' or degrading the original signal's volume.

Suitable both for bass and guitar. The above functions can be combined in many different ways, offering increased functionality and versatility.

  • DRY knob: adjusts the level of dry signal (input) that goes to the output.
  • A, B knobs: adjust respectively the levels of the A and B loop signal that goes to the output.
  • TOGGLE switch: choose with loop is mixed with the dry input: only A, only B or both A+B.

EXPERIMENT further: Connect two pedal-chains in loops A & B and a third pedal-chain to the OUPUT jack. Using only the bypass foot-switch you can switch on/off both chains (A & B) at once and always keep the third chain active.

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Power Supply Polarity

- Voltage Required: DC 9-15 Volt

(using 12 or 15 Volts will give you more headroom)


[Do not exceed recommended voltage! It may damage the circuit.]

- Max Current draw: 35mA

IMPORTANT WARNINGS:

- To avoid hum, ground-loop buzz and other possible noises you should use an isolated power supply and avoid powering KRAMA with the same power cord that other pedals are powered.

- In case you use this pedal to send the output in more than one amps be sure not to create any ground-loops because it will most likely generate noise. If you need isolated outputs check this product: isolated buffer/splitter.

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