The Y-NOT Bartlesville OK
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Oklahoma City, OK
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RJM Music Technology has introduced the Y-NOT, a compact, full-featured A/B/Y unit that allows guitarists to easily switch between, or combine, two outputs. Using the Y-NOT, guitarists can choose between two distinctly different amplifiers, enabling a player to alternate between or combine different sounds in a live or studio environment.
The Y-NOT is designed as a powerful solution for switching a single audio signal between two outputs. Guitarists can use the Y-NOT to switch between amps with clean and distorted signals, or between the individual inputs of a dual-channel amp. Unlike traditional A/B switchers, the Y-NOT's high-quality audio buffer and isolation circuitry adds no undesirable coloration or noise to the signal, resulting in a pure, unadulterated sound and smooth, transparent switching.
The Y-NOT also offers advanced features including switching via MIDI program or continuous controller commands or via a standard two-button footswitch. Other features include a switchable buffer, isolation transformer and phase inversion.
RJM Music is well known among dedicated guitar aficionados for their high-quality electronic devices created specifically for guitarists and electronic musicians, including the Amp Gizmo, Effect Gizmo, RG-16 and MasterMind. RJM users include well-known guitarists from a wide range of musical genres, including Allan Holdsworth, Dweezil Zappa, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong.
The Y-NOT is available at music retailers across the United States, including Sweetwater Sound, as well as dealers in Europe, Asia and Australia. For more information on the Y-NOT and other RJM Music Technology products, visit the company's website at www.rjmmusic.com, or view a video of the Y-NOT on YouTube.
RJM Music Technology, Inc. was founded in 2003 by engineer, programmer, guitarist and self-proclaimed "gear junkie" Ron Menelli. Offering a line of high-quality electronic devices designed for guitarists and...