Switch between multiple inputs/outputs or loops with the turn of a knob using the Saturnworks rotary switch.
The Saturnworks rotary switch switches input or output channels using a high quality all-metal Alpha brand switch. Rotary switches can be used to switch one input to various outputs, such as switching one guitar between various amps, or switch between multiple instruments to a single amp. Both the standard and reversed rotary switches work in the same way: switching through one channel at a time with a knob-based switch. The only difference is the jack configuration. The standard version has one jack on the right and three on the left. The reversed version has three jacks on the right and one on the left. This can help to facilitate their placement on a standard right-to-left pedalboard.
The version with volume controls features volume knobs on the inputs so that you can pre-set the levels of the various inputs relative to each other. This switch is perfect for connecting multiple instruments to the same pedalboard/amp.
The rotary 3-looper switches between three true bypass loops with a single channel selector knob. Add whatever you would like into the loops and the 3-rotary looper selects which channel is active. Since it uses a knob rather than a footswitch, the rotary looper is perfect for keyboard players. It is also useful for selecting preamps.
Please note: We would like to expand our selection of rotary switches and loopers — more channels, different configurations, etc. If you would like a rotary switch with more, or fewer, input/output channels, loops, etc, please contact us and we can get it done for you.
Upgrades and Customizations
We can customize your Saturnworks pedal with various graphics, LED colors, and component upgrades. Check out our graphics and upgrades page for more info.
Please note: The pedals in the images are stock photos, not the actual pedals you will receive. The pedals you receive may vary in their graphics, knob colors, and/or LED colors, where applicable. We have our graphics options listed here.