#1
Has anybody heard about this? Its sick. its a programmable stompbox. Go to www.openstomp.com
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#3
the line 6 one requires you to use dsp code. the open stomp is more graphically "wired". you wire the switches and what have you up using the software and it saves it as a file which you can transfer to the pedal.
Also, the line 6 doesnt work onn mac, while the open stomp will soon have mac and linux compatable software.
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#4
Meh. It's only got about 8 effects and no amp models. A POD has more tweakability without the computer than that thing does with it.

It's a cool idea but considering how much R&D companies like Line 6 and Fractal FX have, you're going to need more than open source and a few simple effects to make most people take a closer look.
#5
its so much cheaper though.
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#6
No, it's not. It's $50 more than a POD XT new, and only $50 less than an XT live- but you can find PODs used all day long for way less than that, and you'd be hard-pressed to find one of those things used.
#7
hmmmm.... looks like a Yamaha Magic Stomp rip off to me.
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#8
the magic stomp is for acoustic
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#9
No, the yamaha magic stomp acoustic is for acoustic.

What is with you and defending this product with bad information?
#10
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Meh. It's only got about 8 effects and no amp models. A POD has more tweakability without the computer than that thing does with it.

Isn't the point of open source that you aren't tied to the supplied development environment?

I think it's cool, but the Receptor is far more useful. We need cheep receptors goddamn it!
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