Yes, as far as I know most used switched type power supplies which can introduce noise
Prostage also make a rackmount loop switcher specifically for pedals and some other useful gear
I will. I never use slow gear currently but from memory it works really well in the Pro
thanks for the tip. Busy rebuilding my rig at the moment but I will try this with the GT Pro when my racks are re-connnected
if I remember correctly you can save some money if you look on the swann site for studio racks. they cost less because they come as just the rack...
Ah yes I get what your saying now, in essence there is no feedback to the controller so it has no idea if the loop is on or off before trying to...
It doesn't on mine I have
RJM Amp Gizmo RJM Effectt Gizmo Rocktron Piranah, a custombuilt soldano Clone, Sansamp PSA1.1, ehx 2880, 2x Roland...
I put each unit on a different midi channel. so for example GX700 is on midi channel 1, RJM Loop switcher on midi channel 2
switch in foot...
still have mine and still love it
Its a guitar amp and an effects pedal
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2 Delta 1010s and a Motu 24io
not insane that is a thing of beauty
you should not grond the battery but a good inverter should have ar earthing termina. You should ground that so all the ac out from the inverter...
thanks for sharing
use whatever midi gear you want with this
is it just me or does one of those leds look like its burnt to a crisp
now the rhythm guitarist could just be thinking who hired this lead guitarist, his tone sucks
a small amount of reverb or delay will give the appearance of more sustain
the roland fc300 can send sysex messages
electro harmonix 45000
lmao do I even want to know what it is
you cant simply y split midi cables you need a midi thru box to split the signal
thats sounds like a faulty psu or power cable from the psu rather than a ground loop problem
the relays cost money I looked into building one myself a few years back and ended up bying an RJM effect gizmo as it worked out cheaper
its fine to run 12v pedals powered by 12v and audio connected to 9v pedals powered by a 9v daisy chain supply