I was thinking about getting a jazz chorus for my guitar synth, I am going to split the midi signal to two seperate synths for running two diffrent patches at the same time, what do you think are the advatages of the jazz chorus for the guitar synth?
I think the Jazz Chorus is a good choice, since it'll make a great guitar synth amp AND a great clean amp. Used in stereo (the JC has 2 inputs, 2 channels, with independent controls), it'll be almost like having real universal speakers for your synth stuff. You'll get the real picture of what a guitar synth is supposed to sound like. I heard Adrian Belew also does synth stuff using a JC. (Go on his site there is a nice picture of his studio.) Of course, if your goal is to sound as close to a real synth than possible (especially on the patches where the full audio spectrum is present: orchestras, choirs, complex techno sounds...), you better go with true universal speakers (20Hz-20kHz), in other words keyboard speakers.
Now if you want to use 2 different g-synths at the same time (using the US-20 I guess), you'll probably need 2 stereo amps if you want them to run both in stereo. Although I never tried it myself (don't have 2 synths...), it's the logical solution. Maybe you can solve the problem by going in a mixer before going to your stereo amp, or going to some sort of splitter... Check out the Sound Sculpture Switchblade, which is an audio matrix that can route anything to anything. You could plug as much as 7 stereo g-synths in there and assign them to one stereo amp like the JC. This is the tool Robert Fripp (4 g-synths in his 2000 set-up, 3 nowadays) and Trey Gunn are using, both with universal speakers.
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