#3
It's a different term for pedal.

It's called as such because you "stomp" on most pedals to activate them.
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#4
its an effect pedal normally with just one effect in
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#5
They are a type of pedal. Boss and DOD use a lever type switch that is easily activated. A "Stomp" box has (usually) a small steel button. They are not as easy to switch on and off because the switch has resistance and "CLICK"s hence the "Stomp" . You sometimes literally had to stomp them rather hard to get the effect on or off.
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#7
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We were just clarifying your un-descriptive post is all....
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#9
Wait, I've got one more way:

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#10
So what's the term for something that uses an expression pedal?