"So we split and go three ways. The Marshall is actually also split through a Palmer PTINO, they call it, which is sort of like two amps into one cab device. So if the module, which is the spine of the sound, really ever goes off I can just hit that in a hurry and it re-routes the major signal through the 9200 and through the JMP-1 which is basically just a compact solution to something breaking as he's going to. Mostly I just needed something that was more reliable than the head that I was already expecting to break. But this does a pretty good impersonation for a song or two while I swap to a major head, and then we just hit it and swap back to the main supply. So as I was saying that one supply we split to the switcher. The other amps are perfectly realiable - I don't really worry about those so much. They're also not as big a part of the sound so no one is going to be throwing things at me from the top of the house if they suddenly lose the Fender or something," says Josh Klinghoffer's guitar tech.more
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