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    Game changer with piezo

    I am looking at the game changer H H with a piezo. I asked the seller this question but he didn't know the answer.

    Can the piezo and magnetic be split with a stereo cable so I can send each to a separate amps?

    Those who have a game changer how do you like it? What's the neck feel like?

    Last edited by KevTN; 01-22-2017 at 05:22 PM. Reason: More info

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    Thanks Pete!

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    ....and there's a number of ways to split it. Via a splitter box - EB used to sell them ( I have one for sale - see for sale sticky)
    Alos Pete Dubaldo sells one, also check out my Ernie Ball stereo 6165 pedal that shows options for splitting.
    6165 Stereo Pan pedal -all options are listed here
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    Thanks me something different to think about when designing my new pedal board. Decided against the Game Changer as I found a case queen JP6 for the same price.

    Right now my rig goes something like this when I had my Luke 3 and Morse. Guitar to M9 wet out to volume pedal to amp (Eventually a keyboard amp). Dry signal to volume pedal to the rest of the pedal board to amp. That way I can mix and blend the signals fairly easily. When I get my JP I planned on getting a 25k pot with a stereo cord with magnetic pickups to the M9 and the piezo to the 25k pot to an acoustic amp, but I am going to give serious thought to the videos above...

    Y'all are a wealth of information. Thank you

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