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RE: OT: Fuzz

My experience with the new vox modeler was really limited to a demo  by a
Korg product specialist, though I have thouroughly checked out the other 
modeling amps. One thing the guy did demo was the expression pedal pitch
bend capability that sound great. The guy was able to render some pretty
convincing faux pedal steel licks using it. Whether or not you can assign
any parameter,or multiples to a single pedal, is a question I can't answer.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Sottilaro [mailto:sine@zerocrossing.net]
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2004 12:58 AM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: OT: Fuzz

On Jun 5, 2004, at 11:13 PM, Miko Biffle wrote:

> Hey there Mark S. and Chillyman...
> I'm wondering if you can attach either of the expeds on the new Vox
> Floor
> modeler to those delay params you're talking about? Possibly sweep
> delay
> time and get foot control of the doppler/glissing stuff?


> Can you patch more
> than one param to each pedal? The more I hear about this unit, the
> more I'm
> ready to pop for one.

I think it's one perimeter per pedal, but it's fully midi controllable
as well.  I'll check that again tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure that's
the way it is.

>> I'm going to make a recording with it tomorrow and I'll post the
>> results.
>> Mark

I highly suggest getting this at a place that allows you to return it
if you don't like it.  I did a lot of tweaking to get it's "sweet"
spot.  I'm not saying it wasn't worth it, I think my sound is better
than ever and I've freed up 2 spaces in my rack (Digitech 2120

I'm doing it by running it contrary to the manufacture's suggestion.
Others are using an eq pedal to get the same end effect.  Some seem to
like their guitar having a response into the 20khz range.  I don't.