#1
ok, big thing here.

i wanted to know if i could possibly combing to pedals. my big muff and wah to be exact, as to press one button, to turn both on. how do i do this? would it require a pedal? building? special tool? equipment? thanks!
#6
holy crap that's what i was thinking.

very funny.


Arlabester, u are the Threadmaster.
sorry, no clue how u would connect pedals without modding them.
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#7
You'd have picked nicer shoes though...
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#8
something with heels im sure.


maybe a power supply to the pedals, independant of the board.
but one is a wah. so u would want ur foot there. :/
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something with heels im sure.


maybe a power supply to the pedals, independant of the board.
but one is a wah. so u would want ur foot there. :/

well i turn it on just for the treble boost.
#10
Gah. You'll want a pedal looper. Something like this (though that's a dual looper).
Edit: the Boss LS-2 would work as well.

Basically a pedal with input, output, send and return jacks. You'll plug your wah and fuzz between the send and return, turn them both on, and then use the looper itself to switch them in and out of the signal path.
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#11
^looks good, if ur not planning on moving the wah as u turn it on. but the reviews on that brand look a little so-so.
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#12
I tried this once, I got a remote control and some blue tac, and blue tac'ed the control onto the 2 pedals.
Then stepped down on it and they both turned on at the same time.
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#13
you could use a midi switcher like a gig-rig.. But that'll get pricey.

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#14
Grow an extra leg?
Can't be that hard.
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#15
Grow an extra leg?
Can't be that hard.

Not necessary with my handy multi-shoe device! It's fully adjustable so the distance between shoes can be customised to your exact needs, and it's modular, so you can simply add more shoes as your pedalboard grows!
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#16
since i have a pretty large foot, i just put boss style pedals near each other, so when i press one, i press the other one near it too.

doesnt work with the exh tho
#17
Hire midgets to run the pedals for you......
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#18
John Squier had a smackhead to do that for him in the Stone Roses!
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#19
i got mine custom made just for me
came with 2 loops, 1 booster loop and 1 tuner output

its a no name pedal made by this guy i know, so its pretty cheap @ $170. Only gripe is there's 3 stomp buttons placed on a bread-sized box, so you can end up stepping on the wrong one at times.

after i got my tube amps, i stopped using a lot of effects and distortion pedals and all

try looking for local pedal makers if possible and ask them if they can make one suited for you.
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#20
There are pedals that do this. A particularly good one is the Toadworks Enveloope. It has additional controls so you can set it to gradually change between effects depending on how loud the output of the guitar is. For example, you could set it up so that each note or chord becomes more distorted as it fades away.
#21
Ooh, intriguing. I'll have to check that out, from your description it promises some interesting effects. Have you used it yourself?
#22
No I haven't - at the moment I can't afford one but it's on the list of things I want to get when some more cash comes in!

Actually looking at the ToadWords website it looks like their Roundabout is exactly what the threadstarter wanted (it's basically two loops that you can switch in or out of your circuit, so it doesn't have the filter stuff of the Enveloope)
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#23
You could wire in a basic 2 knob fuzz face in there easily. You could also use trim pots if you don't want to drill holes in your wah for the volume and fuzz. On a piece of stripboard one can be made smaller than 1 1/2" x 3/4"... a little bigger with trim pots.

Otherwise I don't think it can be done without fabricating/buying another enclosure... the BMP's circuit boards a pretty big from what I've seen, and probably can't fit inside a wah.
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