TheGigRig recently announced the release of the G2, a pedalboard switching system that uses Passive True Bypass technology.

London, UK (June 13, 2013) -- TheGigRig recently announced the release of the G2, a pedalboard switching system that uses Passive True Bypass technology. Here are the details from their website:

G2 is, quite simply, the most advanced pedalboard switching system in the world. G2 starts where the industry standard Pro/MIDI 14 left off, and is born completely of an obsession for squeezing every last drop of tone out of your pedalboard without tying your feet, or your brain up in knots. G2 is beautiful, compact, unbelievably simple to use and has the cleanest most transparent audio possible.

G2 takes true bypass switching to an entirely new level using technology never seen before on a pedalboard switcher. The most important difference is our 'Passive True Bypass Matrix'. This technology guarantees the most direct signal path possible with no loading of your guitar signal. Its truly amazing.

Almost 10 years ago we released the world's first programmable true bypass pedalboard switcher, the Pro14. Every ounce of knowledge that we have gained during that time working with some of the best musicians in the world is now manifest in G2.

Street: €749 (approx. $1175)

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
TheGigRig

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