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Item Code: Two-Head-FS
Two-Head-FS Amp Switcher Item Code: Two-Head-FS

Two-Head-FS Amp Switcher

  • 3lb (1.36Kg) 4" (10.16cm) wide, 5" (12.7cm) deep, 3-1/2" (8.89cm) high.

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The Two-Head Amp Switcher allows you to switch two different heads to the same speaker or speaker cabinet.

The heads are footswitch-selectable, and the impedance is selectable -- 2, 2.6, 4, 5.3, 8, 16 ohms. The head that is not in use is put into a 200 watt dummy load of the impedance you selected.

The Two-Head Amp Switcher includes a level adjustable balanced (XLR) line out jack. Included in the purchase of the Two-Head Amp Switcher is the main control unit and a wall wart power supply, available with 120-130VAC input or 220-240VAC input.

The Two-Head Amp Switcher DOES NOT switch your guitar input from amp to amp. This switcher is designed for players who are already using two different amplifiers, but wish to simplify to one cabinet.

This item is hand-built to order, to ensure the best attention to detail is paid to its construction.  We build them one at a time, on a table - not hundreds at a time on an assembly line.  This allows us to reduce the margin for error and produce an overall higher-quality product.  Please allow at least 7-10 business days for your order to be built and then shipped.

Technical Details


Here is a diagram to help you understand how our unit works. The A/B Box is just a suggestion. How you split your guitar signal is up to you.