#1
Is there a pedal that you can put in the effects loop that can turn pedals that are on to off and pedals that are off to on at the same time? For example, you have a reverb pedal on and an overdrive pedal off for clean. Then, you want to switch to heavy, so you press a switch that turns the reverb pedal off and the overdrive pedal on at the same time. Is that possible?
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#2
midi controller?
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When I'm goin from clean to distored, I just use my footswitch to change channels, and you can just leave the reverb on
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midi controller?


Bingo.

This is what Dragonforce uses, when they switch to solo modes for either Sam or Herman.

I believe it should be able to do the trick.
#5
You'd need a router which you insert each pedal into a loop, and than you get a midi controller and you can control them that way.
#6
Would an AB work and be cheaper?
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Would an AB work and be cheaper?

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Cool, I got +1 by answering my own question.
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Oh I didn't notice you were the TS

Anyway, yes, an AB switch with both signal chains joined together at the end with a Y-cable would work, I think.
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#10
Or you could just put the pedals next to each other, and step on them both at the same time. SO many people forget that it's perfectly possible to do so.
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#11
just get an a/b/y box and split the effects loop into two chains, then put another ab/y box on the other end, but leave it in Y mode so you go back to one cable. you could also make some sort of piece of wood that would sit over the two pedals side by size so you could push them both at once?
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