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Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal
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The Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal delivers precision response and smooth action in a durable cast aluminum housing. Dual TRS expression outputs ...Read More
The Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal delivers precision response and smooth action in a durable cast aluminum housing. Dual TRS expression outputs make it possible to control two effects units simultaneously. The pedal is compatible with any model or brand of effect that features a TRS expression input. The Range Adjust Knob sets the bottom point of the expression range. Plus, a special Sensor Output connects directly to any Hot Hand, Soundblox, Soundblox 2, or Soundblox Pro pedal for real-time control over filter sweeps, effect modulation, LFO speeds, wet/dry mixes, drive levels and more.
Smart design for continuous control.
- Adjustable range
- Switchable dual outputs
- Sensor input for Hot hand/Hot Box pedals
Order today and achieve precise control over your expressive effects.
Dual Expression Pedal
- Two Isolated TRS Expression Outputs - simultaneous control over multiple effect pedals or rack systems.
- Sensor Output â 1/8-inch; four conductor output compatible with all Soundblox, Soundblox 2, or Soundblox Pro pedals.
- Range Adjust Knob â Adjusts the range of expression signal sent through the outputs.
- OUTPUT 1: sends expression signal out via either 1/4 inch TRS cable or 4 conductor Soundblox compatible 1/8 inch sensor cable.
- OUTPUT 2: sends expression signal out via 1/4 inch TRS cable.
- Rugged, cast aluminum housing.
- Includes one 1/4-inch TRS connector cable and one 1/8 inch four conductor Sensor Output cable
- Dimensions: 10 in/25.4cm (Length) x 4 in/10.2cm (width) x 3 in/7.6cm (height)
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Comments about Source Audio Dual Expression Pedal:
This is a nice expression pedal. The treadle is nice and has a lot of lube, nice flow in movement. In terms of being a multi expression pedal it works mostly good, it just depends on what pedals you're using and how their effects parameters work. The advantage is that one of the outputs has a potentiometer that controls the range of the pot of the expression pedal itself. So meta. So if you have a pedal that needs a 50K or 250K range you can do that with at least one output. The only thing I would change is put the jacks at the top of the unit rather than on either side. It would help with cables, I have to use slightly longer TRS cables which are also hard to find with right angled plugs.