#1
http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Behringer-FCV100-Dual-Mode-Footcontroller?sku=150932

I'm starting to think "How could Behringer mess up a volume pedal".
I want to mod it so Toe down is full volume on signal A but cutting out all of signal B and Heel down is full volume on signal B but cutting out all of signal A.

Does anyone think this is a good idea?
Could this pedal be extreemly badly buiild or something to make it so cheep?
I actually like plastic expression pedals but I am unsure on this.
#2
Probably just a crappy pot and shoddy construction. If you're going to rip out all the parts and put all new stuff in the shell I don't see anything wrong with it.
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#3
My Behringer rack tuner outlived my TC electronics G-sharp so frankly, I say go for it. Treat it right and there shouldn't be much behringer can screw up there anyway. Especially since you'll be modding it in any case.
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#4
Quote by Mark G
My Behringer rack tuner outlived my TC electronics G-sharp so frankly, I say go for it. Treat it right and there shouldn't be much behringer can screw up there anyway. Especially since you'll be modding it in any case.

No pun intended?
#5
If you decide not to go for the Behringer, I hear that Ernie Ball's volume pedals are good.

I agree, though, it'd be hard to **** up a volume pedal.
#6
All i'm going to do is swittch one pot output from lug 1 to lug 3 so it becomes a fader of sorts.
#7
Quote by Led Dirigible
If you decide not to go for the Behringer, I hear that Ernie Ball's volume pedals are good.

I agree, though, it'd be hard to **** up a volume pedal.

the Ernie is expensive tho but who could f-up a volume pedal
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