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Re: gordius little giant
the LG range can easily do that.
The LG range is based on a small LG module
which can on it's own give advanced functionality to another controller,
or can be fitted into a larger unit with buttons.
afaik Xavier doesn't build, or modify, metal boxes himself, so It's not
easy for him to do customised pedal shapes,
however you could always:-
a) ask him to give you a price for your dream machine, keeping in mind
it's probably a high expense for him to get a custom box made...if it's
b) ask Xavier to provide a module with appropriate electronics (and
switches), and then
get it fitted into your ideal pedal.
So..what's the ergonomic advantage of the flat pedal.
> Hi Andy,
> ive been meaning to ask you,can the gordius control the EDP in all
>aspects,midi wise,all virtual midi sustain
> comands,exp epedals etx. flawlessly?
> the oiquid foot is very acward to program and still lacks a lot ,
> but if the gordius does im thinking of asking Xavier if he would
> consider making me a flat controller and putting the brains in it,
> im not crazy about the ergonomics of the gordius
> --- andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb am Mo, 18.1.2010:
>> Von: andy butler <email@example.com>
>> Betreff: Re: Foot tamborine
>> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Datum: Montag, 18. Januar 2010, 3:05
>> Ankle Bells,
>> as used by indian dancers.
>> On ebay they're called "Belly dance ankle bells".
>> L.Angulo wrote:
>>> Hi gang,
>>> I once saw a guy in the streets playing guitar and he
>> had some sort of foot tamborine where he could stomp and
>> accompany himself,does anybody know where i can find
>> something like this?
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