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Line 6 FBV Express MkII
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Pedal/Controller from Line 6 belonging to the FBV series.

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  • Solid, very practical, I ador

    Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 10/02/12 at 09:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have used about 1 month with a HD 147 head.

    Shortboard before, I had a FVB MKII, which allowed me to use only 4 presets ....
    So, day and night using my head.

    What I liked:
    A big aesthetic progression compared to FVB I,
    an expression pedal with a much better finish,
    the switches in a much beefier Mtal
    the tuner
    The most complete version, yet more compact my taste.
    can control your midi inserts on PC and MAC ....
    configurable via PC stuff .....
    In short the top
  • Convenient but no more

    Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 10/02/12 at 09:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for more than two years is a footswitch for Line 6 amp (mostly?). It allows thanks 2 switches to spend his right one on the left on the amp. Example: I am on the "clean" channel and I want to pass on the "crunch", I press the right switch. But to go from clean Metal, I have to press 2 times, so it is impractical.
    In addition, there is a time for change channel, although Superior Marshall or Mesa footswitch (or any other) for example. This is a Gnant strand.
    After, to change channels on a spider, I think we have no other choice but to go by if you do not want to change the hand (which I admit is when m I still less convenient.
    Conclusion: not great but ... ...
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    Used for more than two years is a footswitch for Line 6 amp (mostly?). It allows thanks 2 switches to spend his right one on the left on the amp. Example: I am on the "clean" channel and I want to pass on the "crunch", I press the right switch. But to go from clean Metal, I have to press 2 times, so it is impractical.
    In addition, there is a time for change channel, although Superior Marshall or Mesa footswitch (or any other) for example. This is a Gnant strand.
    After, to change channels on a spider, I think we have no other choice but to go by if you do not want to change the hand (which I admit is when m I still less convenient.
    Conclusion: not great but ...
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  • Essential for daily work

    Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 11/07/12 at 08:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi, I use the FBV Express MKII for 10 months because I was very frustrated not being able to use the full capabilities of my amp line6 spiderjam that the main advantage of an excellent working tools for beginner and intermediate guitarist particular with its loop and sound bank. And there it is true it is to train on top of riffs with the battery and make his first tracks with an amp pedal "all in one" ideal if you have no pc or garage band and it is pressed to play with a minimum of space. Several caveats though: setting the pedals via the link on pc usb I'm still not well understood (MIDI good I do not control -)), an effect wha wha far from a real cry baby ( this is normal) and the......
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    Hi, I use the FBV Express MKII for 10 months because I was very frustrated not being able to use the full capabilities of my amp line6 spiderjam that the main advantage of an excellent working tools for beginner and intermediate guitarist particular with its loop and sound bank. And there it is true it is to train on top of riffs with the battery and make his first tracks with an amp pedal "all in one" ideal if you have no pc or garage band and it is pressed to play with a minimum of space. Several caveats though: setting the pedals via the link on pc usb I'm still not well understood (MIDI good I do not control -)), an effect wha wha far from a real cry baby ( this is normal) and the backup format on SD card. hassle to use jam frankly after: I need to change the file format using software like Audacity.
    In summary:
    Good choice with products for a first pedal line6: initiation stage play at home what! But if "grasshopper" gets better, will move to stronger ...
    SALVATION AND GOOD ZIC. -)
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  • Tough - Pleasant to use.

    Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 10/04/12 at 05:58
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    Firstly, I have used this pedal with a Line6 POD, so I have not exploited its MIDI capabilities.
    It is sturdy, so heavy, that is the price of any metal, but in return she must be almost indestructible, although I've never abused.
    It gives a sense of accuracy and reliability in use: no games in mechanics, not just ready.
    But engaging the inter 'toe' is difficult: at least it is impossible to inadvertently trigger, it can be an advantage for feet Doc Martins.
    Power over ethernet cable is a good thing, it's batteries and son SUP less. Recall tuning LEDs is also more noticeable.
    In short, nickel for me.
  • Not bad!

    Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 08/13/12 at 14:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    1 month of use
    PAs bracket before it
    I still hesitate to another!
    heavy and strong
    I think the press buttons are poorly thought putting them in a superposition
    because the joke was to push the two.
    This pedal is made to play standing up because the switch between volume and wah is very hard sitting.
    Having said that pout a guitarist who plays for fun seulm must not plus.maisle Having aligned buttons is more convenient
  • Line 6 FBV Express MkIIPublished on 12/07/10 at 17:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Well I already use it for 2 months, I first wanted to buy myself a good cry baby, all that is done in the most basic but came away with it ... Well it is true that 'with the line 6 pedals that I was indispensable.<br>So it is a pedal with 4 button relatively well positioned, an asser sensitive tuner that is obtained by pressing any key 3 sec, using a pedal wah wah and volume of the amp which is very very useful, and finally for the delay or echo are the key tempo.<br>It is a good pedal all that are in accord with what one should expect to buy, but for the price I paid I find it a bit expensive but in short, what finally wha is it interested in the trivial asser develop a race a bit too......
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    Well I already use it for 2 months, I first wanted to buy myself a good cry baby, all that is done in the most basic but came away with it ... Well it is true that 'with the line 6 pedals that I was indispensable.<br>So it is a pedal with 4 button relatively well positioned, an asser sensitive tuner that is obtained by pressing any key 3 sec, using a pedal wah wah and volume of the amp which is very very useful, and finally for the delay or echo are the key tempo.<br>It is a good pedal all that are in accord with what one should expect to buy, but for the price I paid I find it a bit expensive but in short, what finally wha is it interested in the trivial asser develop a race a bit too short and completely transparent.<br>A small 7 should go for value for money a little excessive.





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