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The Polynome metronome app is great. That said, it's primarily targeted towards drummers and may be overkill for what you are trying to do.
I've got one on order; looking forward to trying it out. It'll be my first blues-breaker style drive pedal
I use this:
No back, but low to the ground is good for knob...
Maybe throw a couple barefoot buttons on those switches
BearFoot Sea Blue EQ has an Orange-like sound to my ear
When you hit both footswitches it cycles through different pre-set levels of gain. I'm not sure what the percentages are but it's something like...
Used on a synth in this clip:
I've got a Talman 825 with a Bigsby that's a great guitar. The neck is really thin which can be a nice change of pace
Empress reverb is also worth a look. It has conventional and weird sounds well covered and a built-in looper
I'd be in for $2,500 if it was 6v6 or 6L6 based; had spring reverb, and you could control the individual knobs using MIDI #CC; Combo format would...
Found this on Reddit:
Hope it works out
I am hoping for something on the weirder side. Ottobit with Chase Bliss controls (and mix knob) would be neat
I'm a big fan of the CB Condor.
I have no experience with these, but might be worth looking into:
The Italian company Medea makes some midi...
The Blakemore Effects Mustang is a WH Red Llama clone that adds bass, mids, & treble knobs.
An EHX Hot Tubes mini pedal would be a cheaper option...
My dream list:
1. Red Panda Bitmap with Chase Bliss controls/presets would be awesome
2. A dual compressor pedal with a transparentish side...
There's also this: https://www.soundsculpture.com/switchblade-rack
Cioks DC7; lots of power and expandable with 24v output or USB
DOD Carcosa is my jam
Jumper cable bags work well for this purpose
Like these: [MEDIA]
Check out Modular Grid if you haven't already; great way to see what's available and build up a virtual system
Never used them, but here are some:
Bondi Art Van Delay, as well
I like the looks of these: