The Little Lehle II - the universal Lehle switching and looping tool.
What can you do with the Little Lehle II? Plenty!
Route your guitar's signal to two amps and switch between them. Plug in both your main axe and your backup guitar, and be ready to change instruments at a moment's notice. Use the Little Lehle II as an effects loop and get even more out of your pedalboard setup.
Add this box to your setup, and you'll wonder how you ever lived without it! The Little Lehle II is compact enough to fit into your rig, and it's rugged enough to take whatever the road can dish out.
- Stereo capability
- True-bypass switching
- Compact and tough metal enclosure
- Easy switching between guitars or amps
- Premium components
Q: Does it affect the sound and dynamics of my instrument when I use the Little Lehle II without power supply? In the manual it says the power is only for the LEDs.
A: It makes no difference since the switcher works passive. Power is indeed only for the LEDs, neither dynamics nor sound will be altered in any way.
Q: Can the Little Lehle II be used for signals other than instrument pickups?
A: No problem, the Little Lehle II can also switch line level signals. Thanks to its stereo sockets this could also be CD or MP3 players. The Little Lehle II is even suitable for weaker signals from piezo pickups.
Q: Why do I get a loud noise from my amp when I switch the Little Lehle II?
A: Two things, generally, can cause switching noise: the power supply unit used, or a DC voltage component in the audio signal, a so-called "DC offset".
The first thing to do, in order to determine whether the switching noise is caused by the Little Lehle II itself, is to remove all other factors, if possible, from the signal path. To do this, remove the Little Lehle II's power supply, then connect the instrument to the input and the amplifier to the output of the Little Lehle II. Use a patch cable and plug it into the Send and the Return socket, Send and Return are now bridged. The switching noise should now be significantly less, or have disappeared completely; if not, test out other instruments and/or other amplifier combinations.
- Weight: 0.36Kg
- Dimensions: 90 x 92 x 50mm
- Voltage range: 8 - 20V DC or AC
- Max. power take-up: 20 mA
- Max. level: 36 dBU (40 mA)