Thursday, 12 November 2009
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I currently have a black and white lead, through a switch, and soldered to the 4 position selector switch. I'm going to be removing my Aguilar OBP-3 and replacing it with an Audere 6ZB. The only downside seems to be that I will lose the selector switch. I want to find a way to keep the BluEQube because I really like the tone for certain situations. This may be obvious to some of you, but how should I wire it to be in the signal path? Because of the nature of the Audere, I need it to be between the preamp output and the output jack.
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bump for help :oops:
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Didn't someone have one for sale a while back? I think there were some pics, just not sure if any showed the wiring. Cheers, EG
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Easier question: two wires - white and black. Which is input and which is output?
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White - in Black - ground
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":3nevdm3k]White - in Black - ground[/quote:3nevdm3k] so how should I wire up my DPDT switch for true bypass on the output? Or is blueqube only compatible with the 4 way selector? I've been looking at this for planning: [url:3nevdm3k]http://www.generalguitargadgets.com/diagrams/switch_lo_dpdt_std.gif[/url:3nevdm3k] I apologize, it's just so confusing for me :oops:
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The white wire attaches to the input of the pre-amp - green wire.
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