#1
I've always thought it would be cool to be able to control some of the knobs on my pedals with an expression pedal, but none of them have exp. pedal jacks. This got me thinking, is there any expression pedal out there that can sort of mechanically change a pot's settings by clamping onto it and turning? This could be pretty cool for changing settings on the fly.

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#3
I had that idea too, a delay pedal with controllable expression pedals for feedback, or delay time or volume...then Line6 brought my dreams to life with the HD500, I can set parameters for control on anything really. The possibilities are pretty much infinite. Drive, or trem speed, or phasing, or flanging, or delay time, anything. I haven't second-guessed my purchase of the pedal once.
#7
boss makes a pitch pedal (whammy rival) that u can connect a expression pedal to to controll
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boss makes a pitch pedal (whammy rival) that u can connect a expression pedal to to controll


im failing to see the relevance in this post..
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#9
Remember the last guy who tried to make one using string and some wood or something stupid? Then he wanted to sell them on here?

Good times. Seems once every three or four months a thread about this topic pops up.
#10
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Remember the last guy who tried to make one using string and some wood or something stupid? Then he wanted to sell them on here?

Good times. Seems once every three or four months a thread about this topic pops up.


he was the worst user ever
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#11
Quote by greeny23
im failing to see the relevance in this post..


instead of turning a pitch knob on the stompbox, its controlled by a pedal....

wat was so complicated?
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#12
The better ones are those little wings they make to go on knobs that just let you kick it with your toes.
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he was the worst user ever
I dunno, Mr Sample Tremolo ran him close.
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#15
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how about you read the OP?


i did..... just because it doesnt physically change the knobs position but changes the value... i still think its relavent.
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if you embrace inaccurate intonation it can be quite arousing.


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#16
Key word was 'mechanically.'
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#17
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i did..... just because it doesnt physically change the knobs position but changes the value... i still think its relavent.

Most effects pedals do not take expression pedals. DER!
#18
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Most effects pedals do not take expression pedals. DER!


most...but if u read my original post u would see i said that boss makes a pitch pedal that does -_- im done with this thread
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#19
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most...but if u read my original post u would see i said that boss makes a pitch pedal that does -_- im done with this thread

And how does the existence of the Boss "Pitch Pedal" help the TS? Did he say he was using one? It's like me saying he should get a Midi foot controller because he might be able to use it on his amp.
Last edited by Sputnik1 at Nov 16, 2011,