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Re: tools of the trade-why so incomplete?
I think the RDS page is looking for a sponsor (someone who can devote the
time to content)
Anyway, DOD/Digitech seems pretty damn unhelpful in the info gathering
process on these.
One gent is dealing with MIDI to CV issues right now. He is an active
so you might want to check in with him (you'll see his posts in the last
couple of days).
I think the lack of information may be one big reason those guys are
From: Kirkland Mack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: tools of the trade-why so incomplete?
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Hi I'm new here and I was poking around the website trying to get some in
depth info on digitech PDS and RDS units as well as earlier BOSS/Roland
DDL's which are looper friendly. Basically where I'm coming from is I'm
looking for a DDL with 4+seconds of delay, controls which allow me to, at
the very least, change the pitch of the loop on the fly, and preferably
kind of sampling mode which I can solo over although this is not vital as
can use an AB box to accomplish this if need be. I don't have a preference
as far as pedal vs. rackmount but it has to work well run in front of the
amp as I don't have an fx loop and am not about to upgrade or modify my
vibrolux reverb ;-) I'm especially interested in sleepers like some of the
older BOSS/Roland, Digitech/DOD etc. models (ADA? Ibanez? Deltalab? Korg?
Lexicon? TC?) Thanks y'all! Kirk
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