JHS Buffered Splitter Micro Single In / Dual Out Pedal

Buffered Splitter
JHS Buffered Splitter Micro Single In / Dual Out Pedal image 1
JHS Buffered Splitter Micro Single In / Dual Out Pedal image 1
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Get Your Signal Where You Need It!

Get your signal where you need it with the JHS Buffered Splitter. This ultra-compact splitter is a handy box for any rig. Send your guitar's signal to your amp and a tuner, or send it to your pedalboard and a mixer. It's also a great way to split your signal for dual amplifier rigs. Split your signal any way you can think of! And the buffered output won't degrade your signals clarity or tone. This is a versatile unit that any Sweetwater musician would love to have in their rig. Take command of your signal flow today with the JHS Buffered Splitter!

JHS Buffered Splitter Features at a Glance:
  • Split your signal through two output
  • Buffered output keeps your tone and clarity intact
  • Splitter works great with guitar, bass, keyboards, and more
  • Ultra-compact form factor takes up very little space on your pedalboard
  • Requires a 9V power supply (not included)
  • Handbuilt in Kansas City, MO
Split your signal with the JHS Buffered Splitter!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Splitter
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Power Source 9V DC power supply (sold separately)
Height 1"
Depth 3.6"
Width 1.5"
Manufacturer Part Number BS

Customer Reviews

5/5
Based on 6 reviews
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5/5

Does a nice job

Running two amps in tandem from my pedalboard. I needed a splitter that is small, and buffered, as most of my pedals are true bypass. My pedalboard is small, with not a lot of room for bulk...should I add another pedal or two. This buffer works for saving more pedalboard real estate, and can be placed in any direction, anywhere, if I need it. Large pedalboards are said to need a buffer in front, and at the end, of the signal chain. Especially if the pedals are all true bypass. TB pedals add more length of invisible cable (imagine each pedal as additional cable), resulting in loss of tone from guitar to amp. A buffer at both ends of a large pedalboard helps prevent that tone loss. If my pedalboard was larger, I wouldn't hesitate to purchase the other buffer JHS offers, for the front end. However with this buffered splitter I have no tone loss, my pedalboard is quiet, and I can run my pedalboard into my two amps.
5/5

How did I live without this?

I've always thought that buffers were bad, and everything had to be true bypass to "keep my tone", but after being frustrated by muddy base tone for many years (always had to crank highs and gain) I finally did some research and discovered that not all buffers are created equal. Only bad buffers are bad. I got this hoping it would fix my problem, and boy did it ever. Stick it right at the front of your chain and bask in the tone right sonic bliss. If you're running 10' cables and 1 or 2 pedals, you might not notice much of a difference but for a pedal board a quality buffer is a must. Next on the list is to get my Ernie Ball VP Jr modded by JHS so I can have quality buffers at the start and end of my pedal board.
Music background: Playing for 20 years, 15 in professional capacity
5/5

Awesome graphics!

Absolutely killing it with that art work! :-)
Music background: Studio
5/5

Just Awesome!!!

Superior buffer splitter JHS hit a home run with this little gem! Send one signal to my tuner the other buffers pedal chain and my tone came back from the grave!
Music background: Guitarist
5/5

BRILLIANT, AFFORDABLE SIGNAL SPLITTING SOLUTION !

It does what it says on the box - while giving your split signal a helping shove through your pedalboard....Mine solved a stereo routing problem I'd been wrestling with for ages, resulting in a much more flexible pedal layout with no treble loss whatsover ! Plus it's tiny -and very reasonably priced, like other JHS designs ! They should put a halo on it !!
Music background: Guitarist of long standing (knocking on) !

Sweetwater Advice

Zach Neels

I love this little unit! Roughly the size of my two thumbs, it has its home at the end of my pedal board. I send one line to my Kemper, the other to my Ampeg rig - I get the best of both worlds while still using my over-the-top pedalboard!
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