Making a 2nd preset for Skreddy Echo

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  1. noah1i8

    noah1i8 Member

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    So I have a Skreddy Echo coming in the mail and I've been brainstorming how to expand the features of the pedal.

    In order to get a second preset, with less delay in the mix, I was thinking that I could put some sort of volume control in the delay line loop.

    Has anyone tried this?

    I dont think I'd want to use an actual volume pedal, due to both functionality and real estate; does anyone have any suggestions for a volume preset type pedal?


    Thanks guys!
     
  2. jimbugg

    jimbugg Supporting Member

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    You could use one of those volume pedals like "The Nose" that has a tiny enclosure and small foot-controllable wheel--much more real-estate effective:

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  3. this1smyne

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    you could do a preset type... a few different ways to go about it. a VP in the loop would work well.
     
  4. noah1i8

    noah1i8 Member

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    I'd like that but with the addition of a bypass (not mute) switch, still looking...
     
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    jimbugg Supporting Member

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    Try the guy above you! I've heard only the best things about This1sMyne's work on things like this.
     
  6. orogeny

    orogeny Supporting Member

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    what about a pedal that can attenuate volume?
    . . . like a katana
    . . . or even a cheapo eq like the dano fish n chips?


    unless i'm missing something. . . . which it feels like i am
     

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