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KMS Machines Tyler Deluxe Advanced Frequency Splitter

KMS Machines Tyler Deluxe Advanced Frequency Splitter  ·  Source: KMS Machines

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KMA Machines has been teasing its new Tyler Deluxe Advanced Frequency Splitter for a while now. And today, it has been fully revealed. The pedal offers you total control over your signal path, with plenty of useful features onboard, so you can get creative with your guitar’s signal. 

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KMA Machines Tyler Deluxe Advanced Frequency Splitter

Based in Berlin, KMA Machines have been constantly releasing some very useful and interesting effects for some time now. Today we have the new Tyler Deluxe Advanced Frequency Splitter to look at. This two-channel signal splitter has variable 12 dB/oct, with Low/High-Pass control knobs. This means you can tailor your guitar signal to exactly how you want it. Both filters have a 12 dB/oct roll-off with a variable cut-off frequency from 20 Hz to 3 kHz.

KMA Machines Tyler Deluxe

KMA Machines Tyler Deluxe

More than an AB/Y

You also have Variable Clean Blend and Mix controls, to can combine the two signal paths if you want to create your own tones. This is far from just a fancy AB/Y or splitter box, and is really aimed at blending and switching between two signal paths, each possibly laden with its own effects.

FX Loops

The fully isolated and transformer-based FX Loop Sends means a nice low noise floor, allowing you to feed any effects pedals you like, with no issues. Then there’s the loop-dedicated and main Phase-Inverters, which should help with all your other effects pedals and make them play nicely with each other. Along with separate Buffered FX-Loops for each of the onboard filters.

Quiet Operation

The Tyler Deluxe also has soft relay switching, so no nasty pops, and an active Level Control that can give you up to 12 dB boost, letting you match your two signal paths’ volume. Perfect for balancing both your blended signals, or just where you want them. This pedal requires a 9V DC, centre negative, 2.1mm, ~100 mA max external power supply to run.

Experimental Effects

I think this new variable frequency splitter could be a great way to create new sounds. Especially if you already own a lot of effects pedals. Just think of all the new ways you could combine them using the Tyler Deluxe! It could be endless years of fun, just combining and blending your favourite stompboxes. Definitely one for all you knob tweakers!

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