Sustainor 100: What type of bypass?

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Fdesalvo
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Sustainor 100: What type of bypass?

Post by Fdesalvo » Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:55 am

Hello to the two other dudes checking this forum. :mrgreen:

In my continued effort to dilute this board with nonsense, I ask you this: what kind of bypass does the Sustainor have? Reason I’m asking is related to the way I’m routing my interface inputs (Apogee Duet).

I can either run the Sustainor into its own input or through the mic pre that I normally run my guitars through, simplifying my routing. Wondering if the rockman colors the tone in bypass mode.

Anyone have an opinion? I’m all eyes. :shock:

Edit: I just realized I hear no relays switching when I select bypass, so it’s either buffered or unbuffered.

RockmanCentralBob
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Re: Sustainor 100: What type of bypass?

Post by RockmanCentralBob » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:24 pm

The Sustainor doesn't use relays for switching, it uses IC chips.
So you won't hear anything while switching.

Fdesalvo
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Re: Sustainor 100: What type of bypass?

Post by Fdesalvo » Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:00 pm

Can you shed some light on the type of bypass?

Ty