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    Lots of midi pedals on the market.

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    damnedinblack

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    Join date : 2016-07-10

    Lots of midi pedals on the market.

    Post by damnedinblack on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:39 pm

    http://www.midi-foot-controller.com/midi-foot-controller-comparison

    You can find much cheaper pedals that do multiple program, or CC messages per patch. It be nice if there was a master chart of all the different types of pedals out their with all the features he do, or don't have.

    The one thing I noticed is that the new trend is being able to have multiple pedals connected so you can have the same pedal say somewhere else on the stage. That company Prostage does that with their midi pedal. Might be worth it to look around, after you figure out exactly what features you need or don't need.

    I would make sure to get a pedal that has phantom power, this is ofcourse your Triamp sends phantom power through the midi cable. It is really nice because it reduces the need for a wall wart to plug your pedal in.

    One other thing is that the midi spec has been around for a long ass time, so there is a lot of pedals out on the market. You most likely could find something for less money that could do this feature. I think it would just depend on you need or don't need feature wise from a midi pedal.

    Well I commend your restraint on not going down gear tweaking, at least when it comes to cab switching. I suppose it is easy when your mostly happy with the sounds that each are producing respectively.
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    GuitargutsMD

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    Join date : 2017-10-15
    Location : Maryland, USA

    Pedalboard listing would be great

    Post by GuitargutsMD on Mon Sep 10, 2018 8:35 pm

    I would love to see something about setting up and having control from different pedalboard. I for one still haven't setup my Behringer FCB1010 with the GM40D because I read all the reviews on the midi to USB adapters via Amazon and others and some work or don't. No one is listing a quality adapter that works.

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