NAMM: Alesis Now With Added Expression

Rugged foot controller for Alesis SpitFire guitar amplifiers and synths      29/01/04

NAMM: Alesis Now With Added Expression
You hit it with your foot

Sometimes it's the little things that are especially useful – see our Micron story (the pint-sized ION). The Alesis Combo Pedal Board, while not small for it’s intended purpose, nevertheless it could be just what you’re looking for. For synth players, the expression pedal is actually quite hard to find, yet essential for volume control and even filter or modulation duties. When used with Alesis SpitFire amps, the expression pedal allows realtime control of parameters like volume, wah, or distortion. The Combo Pedal Board’s dual foot switches allow up/down scrolling through the 80 guitar tone presets. The switches can also be pressed simultaneously to activate the guitar tuner, and held down to mute output. In addition, the Combo Pedal Board is compatible with amplifiers and keyboards from many other manufacturers. The unit features an all-metal chassis with non-skid footpad and feet. 4-meter cables are permanently attached to prevent misplacement and allow fast and easy setup. The Combo Pedal Board will be available in Feb 2004 for $149
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