1 at 3 SGoS Stereo Switcher
The Lehle 1at3 SGoS is a programmable True Bypass switcher that lets you switch backwards and forwards between up to three amplifiers, when you want, as often as you want.
In combination with jack socket C→B, output C can also be used alternatively as an effect loop for amp B, excluding all the effects you don't currently need from the signal path. A tuner can also be connected to output A, taking it, too, out of the signal chain. The gold-plated-contact relays feature active pop-and-click suppression, and switch not only the signal, but also the signal ground, making hum loops impossible when switching back and forth between outputs A, B and C.
Like all members of the SGoS family, the Lehle 1at3 SGoS can also be programmed unbelievably easily and intuitively. The slender, TRS format remote socket assists with programming, and can be used, via a stereo patch cable, to communicate with other SGoS switchers, or for direct contact with MIDI controllers. The Lehle 1at3 SGoS can be programmed as a stand-alone unit, or remote controlled using MIDI program change commands.
Gold-plated Relays & Switches
The signal from the pickups of an electric guitar or bass is so weak that poor quality cable, cold joints and cheap contact materials ruin your sound. Switch contacts need to be make of special materials to prevent loss-free switching of these low-level signals. All Lehle switchers feature special relays and slide switches with gold-plated contacts for totally reliable, absolute zero-loss switching.
MIDI Send & Receive
All products in the Second Generation of Switching (SGoS) range are programmable and can be networked with each other via MIDI program-change commands. External MIDI equipment can also be integrated without difficulty. Programming is intuitive, quick and easy to learn - www.lehle.com features a video to help you.
No Hum Loops
Allo Lehle Products not featuring an LTHZ transformer switch the signal ground parallel to the signal itself via switches or relays with gold-plated contacts. Hum loops are thus errectively eliminated when switching backwards and forwards between different signal sources without, simultaneous activation of two amps.