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Taylor Balanced Breakout
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Taylor Balanced Breakout

Pedal/Controller from Taylor .

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Taylor Balanced BreakoutPublished on 03/19/08 at 05:38
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We will say that it is a direct box with balanced signals can be switched to a silent accessory type tuner ...
I use it for 2 weeks. Bought to try to reduce the breath of a Taylor 314CE. I said "tried" because despite the specificities described by Taylor, to no avail. So the only benefit to remember is the silent switch to a tuner.
I even opened to see how it was done within (professional bias!) And is a galvanic isolation transformer based + one electronic switch for switching external jack to 1 / 4 "(Tuner).
Certainly very short to anyone who will be able to switch to a quietly accessory but that does not solve the pb blast of Taylor. (Pb blast which incidentally was much......
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We will say that it is a direct box with balanced signals can be switched to a silent accessory type tuner ...
I use it for 2 weeks. Bought to try to reduce the breath of a Taylor 314CE. I said "tried" because despite the specificities described by Taylor, to no avail. So the only benefit to remember is the silent switch to a tuner.
I even opened to see how it was done within (professional bias!) And is a galvanic isolation transformer based + one electronic switch for switching external jack to 1 / 4 "(Tuner).
Certainly very short to anyone who will be able to switch to a quietly accessory but that does not solve the pb blast of Taylor. (Pb blast which incidentally was much reduced when changing cable Jack / XLR that connects the guitar to the mixer, but I hope the little breath left would be eliminated by this boiboite in vain)
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  • Manufacturer: Taylor
  • Model: Balanced Breakout
  • Category: Pedals/Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 03/19/2008

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