#1
wow. i found this:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Digital-Music-GCX-Guitar-Audio-Switcher?sku=183401
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Digital-Music-Ground-Control-Pro-Foot-Controller?sku=153511
basically it controls your amp AND pedal(s) and amp(s). So basically for me, I always use chorus with clean and OD with distortion channel. so if i wanna switch from clean to distortion, i gotta hit my amp footswitch, my chorus, and my ts-9, but with this, you set each button to certain pedals and a certain amp and a certain channel. It's really awesome, but expensive. All you need onstage basically is that, a wah, and/or a tuner, if you don't wanna look at a rack. Great piece of gear i wanted to show peeps. Good if you got lots of pedals, or don't want to switch pedals like meh.
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#2
Welcome to the magical world of MIDI. You're about 37 years late.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#3
i usually call those kinds of things "pedal tools"


best piece of gear ever? that's up to you

incredibly handy? very much


it's cool, but overpriced IMO
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Welcome to the magical world of MIDI. You're about 37 years late.


27 years?
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27 years?

You're right, my bad. It's Saturday, my math is off.

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#7
Quote by Nickthemusician

I don't get it.

Anyways, what's the MIDI got to do with it? Just use it for the pedals and amps. jesus. I'm just saying. It's cool because one switch=like 5.
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#8
Quote by apak
Anyways, what's the MIDI got to do with it? Just use it for the pedals and amps. jesus. I'm just saying. It's cool because one switch=like 5.

You linked us to a MIDI controllable switching system...

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#9
I rofl'd at TS's extremely late introduction to MIDI.
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#10
TC G-system

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#11
Best gear ever made?



Or if guitar doesn't count as gear then:


Both paved the way for EVERYTHING. While neither were the first ever, the Tele was the first solidbody and did for guitars what the T-Ford did with cars: Making them simple and cheaper to make.

The Bassman on the other hand was not only famous, but Jim Marshall copied it for his JTM45. Out of that design he would later develop the Plexi and so on...
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#12
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Best gear ever made?

*tele*

*bassman*

Both paved the way for EVERYTHING. While neither were the first ever, the Tele was the first solidbody and did for guitars what the T-Ford did with cars: Making them simple and cheaper to make.

The Bassman on the other hand was not only famous, but Jim Marshall copied it for his JTM45. Out of that design he would later develop the Plexi and so on...

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#13
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#15
digitech just brought out a multi fx pedal with midi switching and all sorts of stuff, but its not true bypass obviously.
#17
how can you discribe that as a good price
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#18
Doesn't it only change your amp channel if you have a MIDI switchable amp, such as a VH4?

Either way, the G system like someone else posted, is better.
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#19
Quote by Gabel
Best gear ever made?



Or if guitar doesn't count as gear then:


Both paved the way for EVERYTHING. While neither were the first ever, the Broadcaster was the first electric solidbody and did for guitars what the T-Ford did with cars: Making them simple and cheaper to make.

The Bassman on the other hand was not only famous, but Jim Marshall copied it for his JTM45. Out of that design he would later develop the Plexi and so on...



i went ahead and fixed that for you.
#20
Yeah I know it's called the Broadcaster, just forgot myself there (since they weren't actually allowed to be called that). Actually I forgot the word massproduced, Les Paul had made an electric solidbody more than 10 years earlier. But the Broadcaster (later Tele) was the first mass-produced.
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#22
Quote by Gabel
Yeah I know it's called the Broadcaster, just forgot myself there (since they weren't actually allowed to be called that). Actually I forgot the word massproduced, Les Paul had made an electric solidbody more than 10 years earlier. But the Broadcaster (later Tele) was the first mass-produced.


Yeah, I figured you knew it since well, you're Gabel.

pak1351; I'm pretty sure that's not true, the Broadcaster was first. But feel free to correct me if I'm wrong
#23
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Yeah, I figured you knew it since well, you're Gabel.


Sigged!

Well actually the Esquire predated the Broadcaster (as it was the protoype made a few years earlier), but I think they came out at the same time. The Broadcaster was more influential, since it well had a typcial 3 way pickup switching.
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#25
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Yeah, I figured you knew it since well, you're Gabel.

pak1351; I'm pretty sure that's not true, the Broadcaster was first. But feel free to correct me if I'm wrong

I think it's the same thing, but they did the esquire models first. Just basing it off wikipedia, take it for what it's worth. It's not like it matters
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fender_Telecaster