#1
HI there!

how do midi guitar pedalboards work?

how would i do if i wanted to put individual pedals and amp different channels??

any useful website to learn about the subject?

Thks!

ivan!!!

Ivan!

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#2
you usually need a rackmounted switcher http://voodoolab.com/gcx.htm that you plug the midi footboard into. Each loop is used for each pedal/amp chanel so your setup would look kind of like http://voodoolab.com/gcxdiagrams/03-Wireless_Pedals_3chAmpSw.pdf
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#3
There are looper devices made to sit on a pedal board that you can connect your pedals to that have a bunch of switches that can turn on and off any combination of your pedals. (as a midi alternative)
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