Lehle Parallel L & M
The latest member of the Lehle Gitarrentechnik product family is the Lehle Parallel line mixer.
Here is what the company had to say: "The Lehle Parallel is just right when you want to mix effect sounds, for example, in parallel to your original signal, whether before the amp or into its serial effects loop. Use the Mix controller to set the ratio between effect and original sound just how you want it. The great dynamic range permits connection both of a low-impedance 19'' studio effect and standard effect pedals."
Another possible use is connection of two pick-up systems, from an acoustic guitar or a double bass, for example (microphone + piezo, piezo + soundhole pick-up, etc.). You can match the two signal sources with one another and relay them on with no loss of dynamic scope to your amplification system, according to Lehle.
The Lehle Parallel's inputs can handle high-impedance signals from electric guitars and basses, and acoustic instruments fitted with pick-ups, as well as low-impedance signals from keyboards and active electric guitars and basses - with a transmission frequency range of 20 to 100,000 Hz.
Two versions of the Lehle Parallel are shipping right now: the Lehle Parallel M, a pure line mixer, and the Lehle Parallel L, which is equipped with an additional True Bypass footswitch.
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