Carl Martin Combinator Anyone use this?

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  1. sparkle**

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    If so can you switch pedals on\off individually and also have the assigned loops?
    The only thing is it is alot of board real estate...

    Anything else do the same thing, I don't think Loooper's can do this? or can they?
     
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    Yes, you can do that. It's big, but does what it does well. Reprogramming is a matter of bending over, pressing a few buttons and hitting the store button. It's worth it for that flexibility.
     
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    If My math is correct it is about 21 inches wide?

    Do you have the 1 or 2?

     
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    20.25" x 6.752 x 2"

    Type 1
     
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    How big is your pedal board? 30 inches?

     
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    Check out both the ProgLooper and the Patch bay systems (with programmable and non-programmable controllers available).

    I had them build a custom box, more for routing and signal mixing than loops, but there is an FX loop, tuner out, special effects loop with switchable input (for recording loops on Loop Station), four signals, buffered stereo outputs. Really great to work with on custom designs, it was only $299 and the build quality looks fantastic.

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    How big is that thing?

     
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    17.3"x6.3"x2.56"

    I'm using a 15"x29" pedalboard with a PP2 and have a Furman SPB-8 on the way. I have about 12 pedals, soon to be about 15-20.
     

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