On 04/14/2013 05:15 PM, Len Ovens wrote:
I've also got a Behringer UCG102, which is about $30. You can also get
clones of this device which are half the price. Got one but it arrived
in a non-working state (that's the risk of ordering directly in China).
I bought the floorboard second hand for about $50, I know that's too
much but on the other hand, Boss FC-50's are almost vintage ;) I think
mine is over 20 years old.
> Though making an enclosure and buying the switches (that can handle being
I bought some cheap switches and I've got some broken things lying
around and my ultimate goal would be to make a simple USB-MIDI
footswitch with some extra knobs to adjust parameters. But that will be
a long term project (two kids, solderingironophobia).
I am guessing that for stage use presets
True, I've never used wah or volume pedals myself so I'm not that much
interested in such effects.
Answered this in another mail. In addition, there are some manufacturers
that use PMMA/acrylic/lucite/perspex bodies. The most well-known at the
moment is ECG (Electrical Guitar Company). They have two lucite
signature models with aluminum necks (how awesome is that), the Brent
Hinds (Mastodon) Custom and one of the coolest contemporary guitars, the
King Buzzo (Melvins) Standard:
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