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Re: Echoplex Footpedal not responding

i stand corrected about the edp in pedalboard thing. i didnt state any other facts.
but u DID adapt and made a pedalboard to fit ur edp didnt u?
plus the 1010 COMES with 2 expression controllers. is it that u dont have cont controller pedals that also take up space?
PLUS, with more buttons on the 1010 than the native edp, u could have the extra ones change programs on ur midi effect unit(s) if u have.
seems like a worthwhile footprint investment to me.
Adrian Bartholomew
Leawood KS
On Aug 31, 2005, at 2:54 PM, Doug Cox wrote:

I use the native EDP controller, on a pedalboard, live onstage with a band. Never had an issue. I have even modified my native EDP controller to swtch between my 2 EDPs. Still no issues.

The FCB1010 is 27 inches wide. The EDP controller is approximately 18 inches (don't have one in front of me).
I agree - design and adapt to what you need. But operate on the facts.


Adrian Bartholomew wrote:

1---u need PERFECTION onstage. period. reliability is key. who wants to be embarrased or have to compromise creativity? anything less.... is a "bad" design, whatever the reason.
2---if u dont have floorspace for the edp pedal, u wont have it for the 1010 either. neither will fit into any conventional pedalbox. design and adapt to what u need for ur act.

Adrian Bartholomew
*Leawood KS
On Aug 31, 2005, at 12:00 PM, Travis Hartnett wrote:

The EDP footpedal isn't badly designed, but it's not perfect. The
resistance based control method isn't as fragile or error prone as
might think and it does allow for people to easily make custom
controllers in different form factors (although few people did so),
and also allows for easy end-user repair of the foot controller.

Remember that the footpedal design is about ten years old, and there
were no cheap Behringer MIDI controllers back then. For people that
want immediate access to the most of the core features of EDP without
the programming issues of a MIDI controller and/or who can't spare
floorspace the Behringer requires, the EDP footcontroller is a very
useful tool.

It also helps to remember that "stompbox" is a nickname, not an
operating instruction.


On 8/31/02, Adrian Bartholomew <adrian@bartholomusic.com> wrote:

the edp footpedal is badly designed. i have seen posts that
that it uses different resistances in the switches that the brain
translates to decide which function to perform. dumb idea.
could throw that off. dirty switches, interference etc. maybe
its not
even debounced adequately as someone also had some luck with
capacitance across it. either way its very unreliable.
frightening to
depend on onstage.
all u can do is clean it with contact cleaner and say 3 hail
the behringer FCB1010 is the choice of most including mine for
versatility, price and reliability.

Adrian Bartholomew
Leawood KS
On Aug 31, 2005, at 6:32 AM, Frederik Leroux-Roels wrote: