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Volume Pedal for Guitar/Bass from Source Audio belonging to the One series.

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Reflex, the universal programable expression pedal that Source Audio had unveiled last January at the NAMM Show is now shipping.

The Source Audio Reflex expression pedal can send up to three standard expression or CV signals and MIDI continuous control message simultaneously, as well as 6 LFO wave shapes. It can then be used to control any type of hardware instruments or software.

The Reflex pedal is equipped with three 1/4” jacks, each with its Dip Switch for choosing the type of signal that will be sent, a MIDI DIN 5-pin connector to send  MIDI CC messages and a USB MIDI port.

Controls directly accessible on the pedal give you the ability to choose which outputs are active, the expression signal depth and direction, curve, as well as LFO depth, speed and time division. It is also possible to store up to 128 setting presets and recall them via onboard controls or external MIDI Program Change messages.

The Source Audio Reflex has an estimated street price of $219. You’ll find more info at www.sourceaudio.net.

 

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