127 mm wide
60 mm high
Current Draw
5 mA / 9 V DC / Negative Center
$41 Price in €

This Pedal is currently available.

Path Seeker

ABY Switch

Path Seeker is a dual-mode, fully-functional ABY switcher for amps/pedalboards signal routing.

You can route your signal to either A/B outputs, or feed it to A and B together.

Each output channel has independent volume control for signal mixing, and a 0°-180° polarity toggle is for signal phase correction.

1.Convenient compact size,Suitable for any music style
2.Buffer bypassLED indicator shows working state
3.Two output channels with independent volume control
4.Polarity reverse toggle (OUT B) for output signal phase correction
5.DC 9V Adapter power supply. (plug polarity is positive on the barrel and negative in the center).(NOT INCLUDE)

**Specifications **
Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
Current Consumption: 5mA
Dimensions: 132x64x45mm
Weight: 235g
Material: Aluminum alloy

Connections & Controls
IN Jack: 1/4” mono audio jack, for connecting instruments or other pedals.
9V DC Jack: For power supply, use a 9-volt DC regulated by AC adapter, 500mA (plug polarity is positive on the barrel and negative in the center).
OUT A/B Jacks: 1/4” mono audio jacks, for connecting amps or other devices.
VOLA Knob: Controls the output volume of channel A (OUT A).
VOL B Knob: Controls the output volume of channel B (OUT B).
Footswitches: Use the footswitches to select an output channel or engage both output channels. This unit features two modes: A or B mode and A and B mode. In A or B mode, either LED will lit up to indicate current working channel; in A and B mode, all LEDs will lit up to indicate that all output channels are working.
A OR B Footswitch: In A or B mode, tap the footswitch to toggle between A/B output channels.
A AND B Footswitch: Tap the footswitch to engage/disengage A and B mode.
0°-180° Toggle: Switch to 180° to invert the phase of channel B by 180° when necessary. When you split your signal to feed two amps, sometimes it may cause phase cancellations, resulting a thin, hollow sound. If so, inverting the phase will help. Switching to 0° to keep the signal neutral


submitted Apr 27th 2020, 02:13 by Lugia | last Change Apr 27th 2020, 18:16 by motorhead412