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Morley ABY Switch Problem


TheJman

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Hey guys,

 

I just got a Morley ABY switch so I can run my 73 Fender Super Reverb and my Marshall Combo. I got everything setup and working great except that the Marshall has a very serious buzz sound and the Fender has a slight one. The packaging for the switch said that that is very common when you put to grounded amps together like that. (It also recommended to go to a website for ways to fix it, but all it did was plug a $100 product.)

 

Does anybody know of a way to fix the problem??? I'm not very smart when it comes to this kinda stuff, so any advice would be helpful.

 

Thanks in advance and God bless!

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True that!

Thats what I use and its whisper quiet. Not cheap' date=' but the best never is.

 

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If that's just a ground lift, he should already have that on the back of his Super Reverb which, I assume, does the same thing. The switch on the pedal is probably handy for amps that don't have that feature built in though.

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The Radial Engineering switch that I was looking at was the BigShot ABY True Bypass Switcher. Would that do the trick?

 

I don't know. I would try changing the ground switch on your Super Reverb before you go dropping 2-4 times as much money as you spent on the Morley pedal.

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