I'm actually surprised that Strymon haven't implemented a midi capable drive pedal yet. I suppose that's something that'll happen down the line.My problem would be liking enough combinations to have to constantly reach down flipping switches - I could likely set the controls for useful in-between values.
a device this flexible should have some semi-programmable control-change-like switches.
A MIDI capable version with just limited programs + a MIDI mapper would be quite useful.
That actually makes a lot of sense - do you want to run the Texas into the JFET, or the JFET into the Texas, or split your signal and run it into both without feeding one into the other?"Series, reverse series, and parallel drive circuit stacking via Config switch"
"Ah yes, Reverse Series mode, I'm going to use that all the time"
I eventually figured that out. :lol: It's confusing wording, since in technical terms it's still just series with the order switched. I thought it was some obscure technical term.That actually makes a lot of sense - do you want to run the Texas into the JFET, or the JFET into the Texas, or split your signal and run it into both without feeding one into the other?
....which is actually a pretty nifty feature, and suddenly I want this a little. :lol:
I had a Bluesky and a Brigadier (reverb / delay) at the same time for a while. No UI/LCDs or anythign, all knobs. They were fantastic, I had them for one of the MG-fests at my place and I think everyone that plugged into them just did this for half an hour:I had a trimeline, sold it, was awesome though. But there was just too much going on. Shame, as it was cool, but, it's a pedal, and as such, if it needs a ui to program because buttons take ages, then it's too much hassle for me these days.