Little Labs PCP
List price $1050, please call for a quote
Designed to eliminate the many headaches involved in recording
guitars, the PCP Instrument Distro is also an invaluable tool in live
guitar sound and as an aid when utilizing vintage guitar effects on any
PCP instrument distro features:
- Is a one-in,
three-out (five out if you use the mult (direct out) and the amp line
driver) guitar splitter (expandable) featuring transformer isolated
guitar level/impedance outputs with phase reverse, ground lift, and
level adjust on each output.
- Is an
audiophile (highest quality) line level direct box.
three +4 dB balanced pro level inputs, which can be summed together
as well as with the instrument input, to feed the guitar level/impedance
outputs for feeding guitar pedals/effects and or amplifiers for re-amping,
enabling doubling of guitar parts through the instrument amp.
- Is a guitar
line driver for when a low output impedance is necessary to drive a
long cable. For example, it allows the guitar player to sit in the control
room while playing through a cranked amp in the live room.
prerecorded direct guitar parts to be utilized live through the guitar
amp, allowing the guitar player to play along without missing a lick.
- Has no
'modern' hierarchical menus. One button per function for ease of use.
Labs PCP was introduced in 1996 and refined in 1999. It is rapidly
becoming a classic, and no engineer should be without it. The PCP
uses custom, not off-the-shelf transformers. Major effort went into
the design of the PCP's transformers in order to maintain great tone.
The PCP was designed in the studio with the help of some of the best
ears in the business. Using your imagination, the routing and tonal
shaping possibilities are vast. The Little Labs PCP is a professional,
well made, super flexible, easy to use tool complete with a three
Users include Bob Ezrin, Joe Baressi, Tchad Blake, Mike Campbell,
Joe Chicarelli, Karl Derfler, Neal Dorfsmann, George Drakoulias, Billy
Gibbons, Matt Hyde, John Paterno, David Sardy, Don Smith and Michael
Wagener. Additionally, the
PCP won the Electronic Musician magazines' 2003 Editors Choice award
under the category Ancillary Hardware.
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