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Re: Boss DD-20 and Volume Pedals
Make sure to get an FS5U to do the "tap in/ out" thing to set loop
length. - Paul
On Jan 9, 2006, at 11:45 PM, David Coffin wrote:
> I'm expecting a DD-20 here soon, too, and I plan to patch a stereo
> volume pedal in front of it, between its inputs and the output of my
> guitar processor. Along with the T.I.P 3rd Hand
> (http://www.musictoyz.com/guitar/pedals/tip.php) that I plan to attach
> to its feedback knob, this will convert the DD into a very capable,
> fully foot-controlled looper, without requiring any use of the
> control-pedal input. I'll have continuous control of the level going
> into the delay, not just on-or-off input from the DD's switches. Go
> for it!
> On Jan 9, 2006, at 7:29 PM, Bill Campbell wrote:
>> Well, after researching analyzing the kind suggestions from fellow
>> mailing list members, I bought my first looping device: the Boss
>> DD-20. I've only had it for several days, but I'm like a kid in a
>> candy store with it, fooling around with its myriad possibilities.
>> One question though: it has a plug-in for a control pedal, but it
>> appears that the pedal in question is for changing tones only. I'm
>> interested in hooking up a volume pedal to it, as I'm very keen on
>> utilizing volume swirls with my guitar. Will a volume pedal work
>> with the DD-20? Thanks in advance.