REDEEMER CIRCUIT - THE ULTIMATE UPGRADE FOR GUITAR and BASS
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Unleash your guitar's TRUE tone
Elliminates tone loss caused by your cables, effects and amps
The Redeemer does NOT add any color to your sound
Improved Note Clarity, Quicker Transient Attack, Completely Transparent
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The Redeemer is an innovative buffer circuit that eliminates tone loss caused by the interaction of instrument electronics and the loading effect of the cable, effects units and amplifier. The instrument is effectively insulated from the rest of the signal chain providing these benefits:
IMPROVED NOTE CLARITY
Individual notes within chords are heard with greater detail - harmonics jump right out!
QUICKER TRANSIENT ATTACK
The guitar becomes very responsive to the players picking velocity and strength... This is something you will feel!
ULTRA LINEAR AND TRANSPARENT
The timbre of the instrument stays consistent, especially when “rolling back” the volume controls! No loss of high frequencies when you turn down your instruments volume - It's like having a master volume that keeps your tone the same at any volume level.
PLUG DIRECTLY INTO THE LINE INPUT ON A MIXER
Because the output impedance is less than 300ohms the circuit can easily drive a line input for going direct to a mixer.
This results in a clear, full range of tone that sounds better than using a direct box for live or recording applications.
SUPER AUDIOPHILE SPECS:
Flat frequency response: 10 Hz - 50 kHz!
Noise floor: -125 dB!
Input Impedance: > 2M ohms
Output Impedance: < 300 ohms
Current Draw: < 2.5mA
Power: operates from 9v to 18v
Phase response: between +/- 0.1 degree from 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Dimensions: 0.4" x 0.8" x 1" (metric = 1.0 cm x 2.0 cm x 2.5 cm) and a 9 volt battery
Check out a Violin equipped with a Redeemer! Watch to the end to hear what it sounds like with 100ft. Home Depot Extension Cord!
(Video created and performed by Kyle Pudenz)
Listen to a Pedal Steel equipped with a Redeemer! (played by Dan Schafer)
Companies with OEM Redeemer Equipped Guitars and/or Basses:
Redeemer Installation Instructions - Passive pickups
*** If you are not comfortable with soldering techniques have the Redeemer installed by a qualified repair technician. ***
1. Remove your existing jack.
2. Unsolder the signal wire and the ground wire from the original jack.
3. Place a piece of heat shrink (provided with the Redeemer) over the brown wire of the Redeemer. Solder the brown Redeemer wire to the the signal wire that was connected to the original jack (tip connection).
4. Place a piece of heat shrink over the blue Redeemer wire and solder the blue wire to the ground wire of the original jack (sleeve connection).
5. Carefully heat the shrink tubing over the solder connections.
6. Install the Redeemer jack into the instrument.
7. Use the foam from the Redeemer box to wrap the battery and to keep them from rattling around inside the instrument.
The Redeemer circuit is very efficient and has a long battery life. The circuit is turned on by the jack when a cable is plugged in. Do not leave the instrument plugged in while not playing as this will drain the battery.
Redeemer Optional Gold Jack Diagram
Redeemer Installation Diagrams:
The Redeemer simply replaces the output jack in your guitar. Here are a few diagrams to help you get the idea…
If you have a Stratocaster let us know so that we can include the correct jack, this is what your strat jack will look like:
Redeemer Installation: Strat Jack Mod
Do you have a guitar with a thicker body panel that requires a longer jack?:
Redeemer Installation: Thick Panel Guitar
Want to be able to turn the Redeemer on and off with a Push/Pull pot?:
Kill Switch Diagram:
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