Yeah, I know...
But Midi Tru means it doesn't sent out midiprogramchanges when you switch to another effectboard on the Plethora. So my amp (responds to midiprogchanges for switching channels) won't receive programchanges from the Plethora
I also bought the Cerberus.
It will be the only pedal in front of my feet with a midi cable going to a
small rack controlling a Laney IRT Studio.
I don't want a powersupply loose on the floor.
So I was thinking about a trick I used in the past.
In the past I used the outer pins...
I just changed my mind....that's all.
I stopped playing in bands and gigging five years ago.
So I'm catching up with all the new toys like the Peterson clip-on.
Did not know it existed.
I also wasn't aware that posts could be liked.
Times they are a-changing. :)
Bought the GA-FC today and a tuner.
Not the Polytune 3......but a clip-on. :rolleyes:....yeah I know....
I stumbled upon the Peterson clip on Had some Petersons in the past.
It's very accurate, cheaper and I don't need two cables to the amp.
I don't like to clip a tuner to the headstock. I prefer having it in front of me or on top of the amp.
The question is more about the buffer.
Too bad the speakers aren't sold seperately.
10-12ft is indeed short. I will need a longer cable.
I stopped gigging and playing in bands five years ago and sold all of my gear
except a CS Strat and an acoustic.
Now that my Korg Pandora stopped working after 18 years I needed something new.
So I bought the head. I can put it behind the couch and play with headphones and mp3-player...
First post in four years or so.
Quit playing but it's itching again.
Building a small rig with just a Boss Katana 100, GA-FC and....
Well....I need a tuner. And from the days I remember how good the EP sounded.
So now I see this T-rex Tunemaster...with buffer I can adjust.
But is that...