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Re: EDP feedback pedal
As the faq sais I bought the boss fv50L but it never worked smooth: I
reached 127 at 4/5 of the action wich made slight fdb moves (127 to 110
) a complete guess work.
had to solder a small trim pot in paralell and adjust untill full press
was exactly 127
so may I suggest that we revaluate the proper vol pedal model an exact
I still dont understand why you didnt follow the "synth controler" path
and implement the edp with the usual EV5 (CV TRS pedal) that seems to be
a standard (works fine for all my instruments that have a CV exp ped)
Kim Flint wrote:
> there is a whole page on the Looper's Delight Echoplex section just for
> footpedals. It's been there for many years:
> The correct spec for the pot in the feedback pedal is 20kohm, linear pot.
> (not 10k as Matthias said.)
> I suppose you could mount a pot right on your sax!
> At 04:28 PM 3/18/2002, Per Boysen wrote:
> >I have taken a Oberheim analog volum pedal for test from a store and
> >until tomorrow to decide of I shall buy it or not. It's working fine
> >connected to the EDP feedback jack, but the feedback only goes up to 86.
> >With a midi pedal it goes all the way to 127.
> >Now, it's hard to find analog volum pedals, so I was thinking that I
> >maybe buy this one and replace the potentiometer? If so, what
> >should I go for? What's the specs?
> >Or is it possible to define some "active zone" from the EDP? I don't
> >need the feedback to go all the way down to zero. Now it goes 0 - 86
> >would rather have it go 46 - 127, if now 86 is the available zone.
> >I did search the archives for this but find nothing, which surprised me.
> >Another interesting idea BTW:
> >Have someone mounted a potentiometer on a guitar or bass for
> >the EDP feedback? I cannot do this myself since I sometimes play sax,
> >keeps both hands more busy than the guitar, but I just got curious today
> >when thinking about this :-)
> >Best wishes
> >Per Boysen
> Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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