Electro-Harmonix Tri-Parallel Mixer

Run up to three effects loops in parallel and create unconventional sounds with the parallel mixing capabilities of the Electro-Harmonix Tri-Parallel mixer.
The Electro-Harmonix Tri Parallel Mixer is a powerful effects creation and mixing hub. Three separate FX loops with flexible controls allow for multiple configurations. The Tri Parallel Mixer is surprisingly compact considering the level of functionality it provides, while its intuitive controls and I/O make it easy to operate. The Tri-Parallel Mixer comes with an EHX 9.6DC power supply.

Features

- Run up to three FX Loops in parallel and create sounds that are not possible by connecting effects in series.
- Switch seamlessly between FX Loops in XOR mode
- Send one instrument out to three separate amplifiers
- Mix three instruments into a single output.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 2.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 8 x 7 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EHX TRIPARALLEL
EHX Warranty Non-New Electro-Harmonix product purchases are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 718-937-8300
(3 ratings)
Submitted December 29, 2019 by Michael L in Mountain View, CA
"This Mixer Pedal is a game changer "
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I got this EHX Mixer pedal with a EHX Mod11 . I watched some You Tube videos to really get a feel of what this Mixer could do , and didn't really pay attention to the only negative comment on this product . This Mixer sounded pretty cool stacking pedal tones on each other making awesome unique tones , or running all three tones individually is a nice option too . So of course I had to have it my effects chain ASAP . This Mixer unit really makes a difference with my Modulation pedals being parallel instead of a daisy chain series configuration .At first my excitement of hooking this unit got me kinda confused on how to get the right settings all tuned right . There's alot of tuning knobs to consider. But once you get the Send and Return and EQ knob mixes for all three effects loops just right it really just makes the pedals alot brighter in tone and sound amazing in series with the Dry out going to my other pedals . I basically have my guitar plugged into a Behringer pedal Tuner , then I have both Tuner outs going into a Boss EQ - 200 in stereo , then the left EQ out is going into my Distortion overdrive chain Behringer pedals in sequence like EQ , Noise gate ,Compressor ,Tube OD ,Tube Monster OD , Tube Amp Modeler , Ultra Metal , Vintage Delay , EHX Cathedral , then into a Generic Amp at the moment soon to upgrade lol. Then my right EQ out is going into my new EHX Mixer in read more . I have a Behringer Vintage Phaser in normal phase position , in Loop 1. Behringer Phaser in shwooshing tone 2 , and DigiTech Mosaic together in Loop 2. EHX MOD 11 in Loop 3 set to Filter mode . Then I have the Dry out from the mixer going into a daisy chain into a Behringer Ultra Chorus in , Stereo out into a Behringer Digital FX , Behringer Digital Reverb in stereo going Into a Behringer 90 Watt Acoustic Amp . When I turn both Amps on in stereo , turn the Mod 11 on mixed with the both Phasers , DigiTech Mosaic ,turn on Ultra Chorus and Digital FX in Flanger mode all together ,Then I turn my Cathedral on , on the other side of my effects chain I get " The Police " Kinda of EHX Electric Mistress sounds , but ALOT more layered sounding being in stereo . The mix of my Reverb and Over drive on my left side pedal chain really mixes well with my right side modulation chain . Just have to add another Amp behind me in my studio , and it will be in a 3D surround sound configuration . I'm really happy with this Mixer . I'm thinking about getting a couple more of them , and would recommend them .

Musical Background:
Playing since 7 , Guitar , Saxaphone , Jam at home mostly

Musical Style:
Metal , Rock , Pop , Ska , Country
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