I'm pleased to introduce you my band's first album (All guitars recorded with the Kemper Profiler):
FOR MANY YEARS NOW (by GINSONIC BEAT).
Pop-rock with a unique yet familiar sound and a little bit of funk.
Available on iTunes...
I'm using a (discontinued) Axess Electronics MFC5. It has a really small footprint and it's powerful and fully programmable. It's very sturdy and reliable as well. It has only 5 switches (2 to switch between banks and 3 for presets), but it even allows me to control the tap tempo and...
I'm looking for a compact midi foot controller. Both the Axess MFC5 and the Liquid Foot Jr. fit my needs, but they are discontinued and I don't manage to find any second hand in Europe.
Are there other options? The width should be 13" (33 cm) at the most, but every single midi foot...
PS: The Crunch Master and the Blues Master (in the US) are the same pedal. The Metal Shredder (or Metal Master) has no power tube. There is also a Bass Master. More info: http://www.amptone.com/hkcrunchmaster.htm
Another demo video I came across:
BTW, I think "Digitech iPad-based guitar processor in programmable pedalboard format"...
I have a SansAmp Blonde, a SansAmp Liverpool and an AMT SS-20, and I love their dynamic feel.
I also owned an AMT SS-11, which I thought I'd like better than the SS-20 because the latter is better suit for metal whereas the former is better suit for classic rock, but I returned it because I...
I'm also looking into this little black box. I wonder if it is capable of recording mono (bass) and stereo (guitar with stereo effects) tracks. I downloaded the manual but I couldn't find any reference to the type of tracks.
By the way, I have found some information from Korg SOS users...
Tech 21 has actually introduced a Sansamp pedal based on the Orange: Sansamp Oxford.
As it has been said, the Sansamp Leeds is based on the Hiwatt.