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    TC Plethora X5



    This thing looks pretty nice. you can run any of the toneprint effects in any of the 5 slots.

    In the video comments they mention they may put out a smaller version as well.

    $399 isnt a bad price. for all this does.

    127 different boards with any combination of 5 pedals
    store 75 tone prints per effect.

    FX include Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb, Flashback 2 Delay, Sub n Up Octaver, Brainwaves Pitch Shifter, Corona Chorus, Hypergravity Compressor, Mimiq Doubler, Vortex Flanger, Pipeline Tap Tremolo, Quintessence Harmony, Sentry Noise Gate, Shaker Vibrato.

    4 cable friendly

    Added MASH functionality to all legacy Toneprint Pedals
    MASH technology turns all 5 footswitches into expression controllers with customizable mapping

    Has midi and has tap tempo.
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    this is a good idea on TC's part, imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKindred View Post
    this is a good idea on TC's part, imo
    yeah this combined with the hx stomp would make an interesting mini setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKindred View Post
    this is a good idea on TC's part, imo
    I like it.

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    I'm betting it sounds great and is a fucking giant pain in the dick to program, just like everything else they make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I'm betting it sounds great and is a fucking giant pain in the dick to program, just like everything else they make.
    That does seem to their MO. Although the G-Force wasn't that bad, literally everything else is.

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    I'm interested in seeing more about this. Also, it's got an effects loop which I believe you can program anywhere into the signal chain. If so, that would be a cool way to chain in a dirt pedal or two and essentially use this as a switched.

    I was hoping one of the bays would have been a Polytune, then this would function pretty well as a pedalboard hub. Still interested, though. It covers a ton of bases, but should sound significantly better than most multi-effects. I've got the HOF and Flashback Mini, and like the Flashback especially.

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