BluGuitar Remote1 and LooperKit
BluGuitar announced that the long-awaited REMOTE1 controller for AMP1 and the optional LooperKit are now available at dealers worldwide.
REMOTE1 is a pedal for controlling and switching the brand's AMP1, and the optional LooperKit is a pedal switcher extension for REMOTE1.
With REMOTE1, all the functionality of AMP1 can be directly accessed via 9 switches and organised in 4 banks with 9 Presets each. The built in MIDI-out also allows to switch programs of external MIDI-FX-devices simultaneously. It even expands AMP1 features by providing a switchable second master volume, programmable gain for all 4 channels and even a programmable power soak. Connecting REMOTE1 with the AMP1 is very conveniently done with a standard mono jack guitar or speaker cable that also caters for the REMOTE1 power supply and data transfer.
Adding the optional LooperKit turns the BluGuitar AMP1 into a programmable switching system with 4 independent true bypass relay loops for FX-Pedals. Each REMOTE1 preset can address the loops individually and combine those loops with any AMP1 settings, making the pedal board “tapdancing” a thing of the past.
The BluGuitar REMOTE1 is available at dealers for €349 / $349 / £249.
The BluGuitar LooperKit is available for €249 / $249 / £169.
More information available at www.BluGuitar.com/REMOTE1.html
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