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Re: gordius little giant
yes the biggest advantage would be to be able to fit it in my pedalboard;-)
The liquid foot Jr. fits perfect such a simple enclosure
you can see it here
but Jeff the creator seems to be very concetrated to primarily make it
compatible with the Axe-FX and doesnt seem quite interested in doing any
updates to make it work with the EDP...what is frustrating is that the LF
jr. is about 450.00dlls and the FCB1010 can do more as far as controlling
but offcourse id have to ask Xavier what that would cost
--- andy butler <email@example.com> schrieb am Mi, 20.1.2010:
> Von: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Betreff: Re: gordius little giant
> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Datum: Mittwoch, 20. Januar 2010, 1:46
> Hi Luis,
> 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
> even possible.
> 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.
> L.Angulo wrote:
> > 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
> >> cheers
> > www.myspace.com/luisangulocom
> > --- andy butler <email@example.com>
> schrieb am Mo, 18.1.2010:
> >> Von: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> 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".
> >> andy
> >> 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
> >> something like this?
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