Hit the foot switch on The Acoustic Interfacer to mute your signal before it hits your outputs. No matter what craziness is happening on your board, the master mute has the final say on what does or doesn’t get sent to your amp or DI.
The Acoustic Interfacer comes with an electric loop (loop A) and a shared electric/acoustic loop (loop B).
- Electric Mode – In Electric mode signal is sent from the input to loop A. After loop A signal is sent to loop B and then on to the electric output.
- Acoustic Mode – In Acoustic mode, signal is sent from the input to loop B. After loop B signal is sent to the Acoustic output.
There are two outputs on The Acoustic Interfacer, the electric output and the acoustic output.
- Electric Output – This output is only used when in electric mode. This allows you to send electric guitar signal straight to a guitar amp.
- Acoustic Output – This output is only used when in acoustic mode. This allows you to send your acoustic guitar signal straight to a DI.
The Acoustic Interfacer comes with a buffered input. This means before your guitar sees the first pedal on your board you are sending a high impedance signal to your pedals, preserving your tone and allowing for an always on tuner out.
IMPORTANT – Use only 9vDC centre negative plugs to power! Current draw – 100mA.
Dimensions – 115mm L x 75mm W x 67mm H (including all jacks, switches and push buttons).