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Stomp + Footswitch Question

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Just thinking out loud here, but If I get something like one of the cheap Moskey 2 button switches to use with my Stomp, would it be possible to make 1 of the switches change between snapshot mode and preset/fx mode?

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1 hour ago, guitarbloke1980 said:

Just thinking out loud here, but If I get something like one of the cheap Moskey 2 button switches to use with my Stomp, would it be possible to make 1 of the switches change between snapshot mode and preset/fx mode?

 

You can get it to change between all of the modes - I know it's just about the same thing but still I like to explain exactly what it does.

 

It's done in the global settings. You'd set either FS4 or FS5 to scroll through footswitch modes. In fact, you could set them both to do it with one going "up" and the other going "down." 

 

I use a dual expression pedal with a toe switch and set the toe switch to advance upwards through the modes. Then I use the expression pedal itself to control volume, etc. 

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Yeah; get a DMC micro MIDI switch. Then you can set the right switch to toggle between two modes; as opposed to cycle through all of them.

 

Left switch tap ; hold for tuner.

Also has exp input for an expression pedal; freeing up the actual HX exp input for another two button TRS switch; for FS4 and FS5.

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