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The Saturnworks reamp box converts a balanced line-level signal from a device such as a mixer or interface to an unbalanced instrument-level signal so that it can be put through a guitar amp. 

This allows you to record a clean signal, and send it back (reamp) it through a guitar amp/pedals to tweak it/add the effects. 

The reamping box gives the signal the same characteristics as your original guitar signal so that you can do whatever you'd like with it, and you don't have to be playing. Pretty cool.

Reverb.com has an informative article on the basics of reamping here: 

https://reverb.com/news/how-to-reamp-your-guitar-signal-in-your-recording-rig

and more info here: 

https://reverb.com/news/how-to-use-effect-pedals-as-rack-gear

The Saturnworks reamp features:

  • An Edcor USA transformer. These pro-grade audio transformers are made-to-order by a small shop in New Mexico, USA. 
  • A solid 2.4" x 4.4" (1590B size) cast aluminum enclosure. 
  • A passive design that doesn't require power to work. 
  • High quality Neutrik 1/4" jacks.
  • A ground-lift toggle to help reduce noise. 
  • A volume control on the TS output. 
  • High quality wire made in the USA.  
  • Handcrafted and bench-tested in California, USA. 
  • A 1-year limited warranty against parts and manufacturing defects. See saturnworkspedals.com for warranty terms and conditions.

    Check out saturnworkspedals.com for the full Saturnworks lineup.

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Davis, CA, United States
Sales:20,598
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