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Bowie Martin

Wilson, NC USA 27896
Post  Posted 20 May 2022 12:48 pm    
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Anyone tried using this with steel? Thanks
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Dave Hopping

Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 20 May 2022 1:51 pm    
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I got one for my country praise band, with the 2 button footswitch. Well made, sounds good, but most of the presets weren't appropriate to the genre, so each drum pattern for what we were doing would have to be set up, and since there was no ability to store user-created patterns, drum parts had to be created from scratch every time.

It all might work for recording, but wasn't at all usable live without a learning curve much steeper than my bandleader's inclinations (or mine!), so it sits in its box on my bookshelf. If we could have stored presets we created it would definitely have worked out. Winking
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Jim Fogle

North Carolina, Winston-Salem, USA
Post  Posted 21 May 2022 10:14 am    
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Two pedals you may also want to look at are the SDRUM and TRIO+

SDRUM is a drum machine pedal that accepts drum pattern programming using different strings on your guitar.

TRIO+ is a looper, bass and drum machine pedal that uses style patterns created by PG Music (Band-in-the-Box).
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