Morley ABC 3-Button Switcher/Combiner Pedal

Selector/ Combiner Pedal with 3 Footswitches, Indicator LEDs, and True-bypass Switching
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Easy, Flexible Signal Routing for Instruments and Amps!

Does your onstage rig use multiple amps? Do you use more than one guitar during your performance? Don't struggle with a web of cables and pedals, or constantly plug in and unplug. Use Morley's convenient ABC selector/ combiner pedal. The three true-bypass switches (each with its own LED indicator) let you switch among or combine three different amps. Or, if you use different guitars throughout your set, you can keep up to three of them plugged into the ABC pedal and have each one ready - at the tap of a footswitch! The ABC pedal features road-tough steel construction and a clean, stage-friendly layout.

Morley ABC Selector/ Combiner Pedal Features:
  • Routes 1 guitar to 3 amps, or 3 guitars to 1 amp
  • Lets you select or combine as needed
  • LEDs for channel on/off indication
  • True bypass
  • Powers from optional Morley adapter (not included) or from one 9-volt battery
  • Cold rolled-steel housing
  • 2-year warranty
Morley's ABC Selector/combiner pedal is essential to your onstage rig!

Additional Media

ABC User Manual

Tech Specs

Type I/O Selector
Inputs 1-3 x 1/4"
Outputs 1-3 x 1/4"
Height 6.63"
Width 4.38"
Depth 2"
Manufacturer Part Number ABC

Customer Reviews

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ABC's of switching and combining

Haven't used it as much as I wnat yet, but usin this in conjunction with a Morley AB/Y Mix. Run a "Folydish" type tone from my RP1000 into the ABC, split itinto the a Morley AB/Y mix with an adiitional flanger in one of the pathsand I get a great Trower tone. So I get Gilmour and Trower tones in the same mix. Just getting started with these and already scoring big points.

Excellent product.

OK. WOW! I'm blown away. Really. This thing is so darn simple. But, it is far better than I was even anticipating. First off, the battery drives only the LEDs. So, you're really not dependent on a power source. But second, the switching is quiet. And, third (I don't know why I thought it might not be like this...) each switch is independent. So, you can turn on all inputs (or outs depending on how you're using this) or you can turn on any combination or you can turn them all off. Really sweet!
Music background: semi-pro

Nice Switching Pedal!!

I have been using my Morley ABC for about a month now - a number of rehearsals and two gigs. It is exactly what I need to manage three guitars on stage. Before, I was forced to mute the guitar with my tuner, unplug, hang on to the next guitar, plug it in, remember to unmute the line and hang up my other guitar. Challenging in tight spaces and with only a few seconds between songs. And now.... Because all the guitars can be prewired, I can step on a switch to mute, hang up my first guitar, pick up my next one, activate the corresponding switch and play. My stress level is non-existent when trying to make quick changes and the whole band likes me again :-D The switches are solidly built, I like the LEDs that are on when a switch is active and the box seems to be very substantial. I will need to mount it on some carpet with a Velcro strip to keep the box from walking around the stage, but other than that, the Morley ABC is exactly what I need. Thanks to Charlie, my sales engineer at Sweetwater, for suggesting such a functional and well built unit. I may actually buy another one to manage my keyboard and other input devices.
Music background: Pro Musician, recording and live sound engineering student

Does what it's supposed to do

I'm not sure how doing what it's supposed to do rates five stars. It isn't a talent pedal, after all. You don't need to plug it in or have battery power for it to be a reliable switch. Without power, it just doesn't have lights that light up to tell you which circuit is on or off. It works both three to one and one to three, so you can plug one source into three output circuits or three sources into one output. I bought it because I play with a guitarist who switches between three guitars. That's time consuming and makes awful noises. He forgets to hit the tuner/kill switch before unplugging sometimes. This solves that problem. Now the trick is to get him to use it reliably. Maybe if it would train absent minded guitarists, it would get a five star rating.
Music background: Serious Amateur

Morley ABC Switcher

Pretty simple box for a simple application. No signal degradation which is a must!
See also: Footswitches, Morley, Morley Footswitch / Selector Pedals