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Pedal panning that you control speed?

Funky54

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Looking for a panning pedal that allows me to control the speed of the panning from left to right.

I'm not talking controlling the speed of tremolo or depth... I'm talking how fast it goes left and then right.

Pedals I own that DO NOT let me control the speed of panning.
Mxr 159, 777 flying pan, EHX stereo pulsar.

I keep spending money I don't have looking to control panning... Help!
 

parkhill

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Fulltone supatrem 2? I'm not 100% sure I understand your question but if I'm reading it right the fulltone will do it.
 

9520575

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You want to pan two separate signals 180 degrees apart from each other?
Not pedal that pans one signal left than right. But Two signals, as one is left the other is right side.

I haven't got a clue, try emailing dr. scientist about the tremolessence. It may.
Also email Young pedals. They might help you out http://www.youngpedals.com/index.html
 

Funky54

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You want to pan two separate signals 180 degrees apart from each other?
Not pedal that pans one signal left than right. But Two signals, as one is left the other is right side.

I haven't got a clue, try emailing dr. scientist about the tremolessence. It may.
Also email Young pedals. They might help you out http://www.youngpedals.com/index.html
Thanks for the reply guys. One signal in panning from left to right (two amps) one playing at a time or one phasing out as the other comes on. Think Leslie.

For years I played with one dedicated repeat (delay) and only the repeat going into a second amp dedicated to the second repeat only. Then the third repeat went back to the original amp. Works great. Just wanna do panning like that after phase, trem and such.
 

9520575

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Thanks for the reply guys. One signal in panning from left to right (two amps) one playing at a time or one phasing out as the other comes on. Think Leslie.

For years I played with one dedicated repeat (delay) and only the repeat going into a second amp dedicated to the second repeat only. Then the third repeat went back to the original amp. Works great. Just wanna do panning like that after phase, trem and such.
oh well, then in that case you have the boss pn-2, the tremolessence from dr scientist, the looker by young pedal.

check this list:
http://www.effectsdatabase.com/type/pan
 




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