Our customers say the nicest things! @joellimpic is a long-time user and supporter of Pinstripe Pedals. He owns one of the first units we built nearly 9 years ago. We recently updated him with a current production model...just cuz we love him.
Pinstripe Pedals TXRX - Send/Receive pair...for sending a guitar signal looooong distances! We added some labels to the prototype. Production will come soon! $299 for the pair! Shoot us an email if you are interested.
We finally have the other half of the tease from earlier this week. This is the TXRX! It allows a guitar signal to be sent hundreds of feet along a regular mic cable. It uses an active buffer with a Jensen transformer on the "Send" side and an all passive "Receive" box (also Jensen equipped) with a unique feature allowing multiple "Receive" boxes to connect more than one amp to the "Send" box. We'll be adding a polarity/phase flip switch to the final version so you get get all those amps to play nicely together!
Pinstripe Pedals is pumped to be on the pedalboard of @raschwartzman. This guy throws down some excellent low end notes and now does it with more clarity and low freq response thru his #SWDI. We are going to work with him to get this wired for a clean output AND an FX output soon!
@omilionaudio referred to this box earlier. Here is a photo of the prototype #TXRX . This is the side that connects to the amplifier and allows a guitar player to locate the amp hundreds of feet away, connected by a regular XLR mic cable. Crank that amp UP!
We are thrilled to work with @omilionaudio on a new product idea! #TXRX This may take a little bit to get the way we want, but totally fits with our mission: pedalboard friendly audio interfaces! . . . #Repost@omilionaudio (@get_repost) ・・・ Looking forward to running this @pinstripepedals LWDI box into a TXRX box this weekend! This will help me leave my amp further back stage but be able to really crank it without any tone loss via XLR cable.