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Palmer PTINO - Two Amps One Cab
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  • x-vengerx-venger

    Great product!

    Palmer PTINO - Two Amps One CabPublished on 04/19/12 at 04:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for two weeks, the Switcher first head I have.

    I is not been around too to competition, but the distinction of having a footswitch which switches both amps, but also where you plug the guitar, and that feeds the switch box.

    Unlike the Tonebone vt

    It is delivered with the control cable with XLR 7 pin connecting the switch and the box. The power supply is not provided with but its still the standard 9v.

    The appearance is neat, we feel that it's solid!

    We will not talk about her, I will not know if such Switcher can distort sound (which is quite possible), in my case I find it clear, I do not see any difference sound.


    What surprised me the most is the latency when c…
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    I use it for two weeks, the Switcher first head I have.

    I is not been around too to competition, but the distinction of having a footswitch which switches both amps, but also where you plug the guitar, and that feeds the switch box.

    Unlike the Tonebone vt

    It is delivered with the control cable with XLR 7 pin connecting the switch and the box. The power supply is not provided with but its still the standard 9v.

    The appearance is neat, we feel that it's solid!

    We will not talk about her, I will not know if such Switcher can distort sound (which is quite possible), in my case I find it clear, I do not see any difference sound.


    What surprised me the most is the latency when changing amp, I do not feel, for my part I would venture to say that there not to.


    I would say that the quality is good, compared to Tonebone.

    I would do my eyes close choice.
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