Morley Releases Twin Mix ABY Box

The Twin Mix allows for quick easy signal routing when using two inputs and/or two outputs without cumbersome and complicated Midi switching systems.

Cary, IL (March 29, 2011) – Morley, manufacturers of world famous Wah, Volume and Switches recently announced the release of its newest switching device – the Twin Mix. The Twin Mix allows for quick easy signal routing when using two inputs and/or two outputs without cumbersome and complicated Midi switching systems. Each input has an independent level control for the perfect mix of both inputs, and each input has its own footswitch to engage or mute the signal.

When using only channel 1 output, the Twin Mix combines both input sources to channel 1 output destination. When using both channel 1 and 2 outputs, each input is automatically routed to its own output channel

The Twin Mix is manufactured in solid cold-rolled steel housing and can be powered from one 9-volt battery or optional Morley 9-volt adapter. It comes equipped with LED indication and Morley's TrueTone Bypass buffer circuit to maintain signal integrity and tone quality.

Designer Scott Flesher notes, “Today, more and more guitar players are combining multiple amplifiers for fuller tones. They are also using a variety of instruments. The TWIN MIX is a new tool that makes these types of set ups a bit easier to manage.”

Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price is $129. Available April 2011.

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Morley Pedals

Source: Press Release
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