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

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  • An indispensable to control a POD 2.0 add-on FBV

    Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 08/27/13 at 09:37
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    I used two years plugged into a pod 2.0 fbv, itself powered by a Peavey Studio Pro 112 (connection in the return of the fx loop) and a tech 21 power engine 60 1x12.



    in summary it gives:

    The +
    > It is a tank: ultra sound, the intuables switches, much more sturdy than the Pod HD eg
    > It multiplies the possibilities of red bean

    the -:
    > It's a tank, including activation / switching the pedal volume / wah ... the top of my quintal, I really had to go!
    > This is a tank, except in connection ... RJ45 is a bit light for connecting absolutely reliable on stage for example.

    For me the good stuff. it completely opened the possibility of manipulation of pod, and the two......
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    I used two years plugged into a pod 2.0 fbv, itself powered by a Peavey Studio Pro 112 (connection in the return of the fx loop) and a tech 21 power engine 60 1x12.



    in summary it gives:

    The +
    > It is a tank: ultra sound, the intuables switches, much more sturdy than the Pod HD eg
    > It multiplies the possibilities of red bean

    the -:
    > It's a tank, including activation / switching the pedal volume / wah ... the top of my quintal, I really had to go!
    > This is a tank, except in connection ... RJ45 is a bit light for connecting absolutely reliable on stage for example.

    For me the good stuff. it completely opened the possibility of manipulation of pod, and the two together had a good life in my set. Given the cheap prices OCCAZ, should not be deprived!
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  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 12/30/05 at 06:37
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    I have this pedal for a week, I bought it used with the cover € 220.

    It is very tough, the switches are good, the cover provides a transport facile.De addition, it requires no power because it is the receiver who has more fourni.Il a large display extremely readable (not like the boss GT6).

    I use a Spider II.C Stack is an indispensable complement to the amp, it can manage it like a multi effect.

    It can save 36 presets 9 bank.de switch provide access to different bank and it is possible for each to add an effect or to remove it.

    The advantage then lies in the ease of use: no cable, no breath, very good ergonomics.
    It also contains an expression pedal that acts wha-wha.Celle......
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    I have this pedal for a week, I bought it used with the cover € 220.

    It is very tough, the switches are good, the cover provides a transport facile.De addition, it requires no power because it is the receiver who has more fourni.Il a large display extremely readable (not like the boss GT6).

    I use a Spider II.C Stack is an indispensable complement to the amp, it can manage it like a multi effect.

    It can save 36 presets 9 bank.de switch provide access to different bank and it is possible for each to add an effect or to remove it.

    The advantage then lies in the ease of use: no cable, no breath, very good ergonomics.
    It also contains an expression pedal that acts wha-wha.Celle it sounds great and fits based on the simulations used.

    I do not regret at all achat.C this is certainly a little expensive but the build quality and the opportunities it provides are worth the peine.Je got rid of all my pedals.

    A must for anyone wishing to take full advantage of his pod, Vetta or spider.

    If you are interested, save rather than invest in four or FBV FBV Express, they will be less convenient and not the views of cheaper services.
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  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 06/21/06 at 05:18
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    Trs good pedal, I'll just expose the negatives.
    No way to disable the pedal, it will affect either the volume or to the wahwah ... Personal I use it for a controller HD147 head and vst midi and therefore the expression is pedalle innutilisable by noon, so for a large black dot, the rest is top.
  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 08/16/06 at 11:16
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    I use this pedal for about a year, and I find it perfect. 36 Bank personal presets (9 * 4), wah, volume and other management functions. Compatible with the big Line 6 (Spider, Flextone, Vetta, Pod) The only flaw is the cable for me, quite hard to find (cable Eternet) so not much has repprocher.

    The price is certainly a little high for a pedal, but you will not be disappointed with the shortboard, € 320 for a real tool. It has become indispensable to me. It is a quality safe and worth the price, even when we become aware of all its features.

    Without hesitation, I do not regret that choice and I highly recommend this shortboard.
  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 12/08/06 at 09:54
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    I use it for one month, it is vraimnet nice.
    This pedal is strong (for its weight against it weighs) the switches are solid and good spacing from each other.
    Editing sounds is easy (although a bit long because you have to enter names with the cursor), and can save totu (if you want the effect loop of the interlocking sound, even with the modulation , delay, reverb and the compressuer)
    The wah is a bit hard but not trigger the need to disengage, simply reconsolidated on the position of sound and recalibrate it (so if the wah was not registered she returns to volume). By no way to disable against the pedal is either volume or wah.
    Report quality price: a little less, this pedal is......
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    I use it for one month, it is vraimnet nice.
    This pedal is strong (for its weight against it weighs) the switches are solid and good spacing from each other.
    Editing sounds is easy (although a bit long because you have to enter names with the cursor), and can save totu (if you want the effect loop of the interlocking sound, even with the modulation , delay, reverb and the compressuer)
    The wah is a bit hard but not trigger the need to disengage, simply reconsolidated on the position of sound and recalibrate it (so if the wah was not registered she returns to volume). By no way to disable against the pedal is either volume or wah.
    Report quality price: a little less, this pedal is very expensive just to contol an amp (in my case the HD147) which is already a high price ...
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  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 01/27/08 at 11:27
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    Used for 2 months on a BassPodXT.

    (+):

    - Construction, matrial, solid weight, rigidity gums, switches ... : A not move or during the game, nor in time.
    - It adds more functionality to Pod INTERESTED:
    ..... rankings bank / channel / effects available in a tournepied
    ..... wah / volume (and elsewhere in real-time control of all effects pedals by: it is assignable to any paramtre any effect if pre-configures the pod computer via USB )
    ..... tuner / mute
    ..... tap-tempo
    ..... mode FX-Loop
    - Connects and powers through an ordinary Ethernet cable directly to the pod

    (-):

    - It is only used on the Line6 stuff
    - It's big and there will be ending for space on scne if......
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    Used for 2 months on a BassPodXT.

    (+):

    - Construction, matrial, solid weight, rigidity gums, switches ... : A not move or during the game, nor in time.
    - It adds more functionality to Pod INTERESTED:
    ..... rankings bank / channel / effects available in a tournepied
    ..... wah / volume (and elsewhere in real-time control of all effects pedals by: it is assignable to any paramtre any effect if pre-configures the pod computer via USB )
    ..... tuner / mute
    ..... tap-tempo
    ..... mode FX-Loop
    - Connects and powers through an ordinary Ethernet cable directly to the pod

    (-):

    - It is only used on the Line6 stuff
    - It's big and there will be ending for space on scne if one adds other effects! : B
    - No switch for eq while there are two switches to read all the effects (for a delay and reverb for a while one of these effects can be activated once): feedback, two switches that turn on and s'teignent whole, is not nothing - incomprhensible ... ??
    - Switch the pedals between the two modes a little firm, it is the ranon the solid a little hard to activate when you play sitting down, no problem however is that ds standing
    - It GIGA-MEGA-SUPER-HYPER-TOO EXPENSIVE-nine (and / but, given the quality of the thing, both go in the opportunity, there's no reason).

    Ahem ... Moreover, as a, by the way, I sold mine because I never use my pod, so contact me if your INTERESTED! ;)
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  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 04/20/08 at 10:53
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    Well, here APRS jou have almost a year on the Line6 Spider II (212 and 210) I finally made ​​the purchase of pdaleir FBV Shortboard. And indeed, nothing to do with the FBV2 provided SERIES ... It is a wonder, a jewel vritable this gear. It's not complicated I think without this pdalier, you shoot only 20% of the capabilities of your amp (because when you achte this style of amp - modlisation - c ' is to have multiple sounds and effects, all in one - light - combo).

    Bought used with the cover 300.

    Top: Solid machine, number of possible standards, clear display, fast channel changes and the effects of banks, cover grazed, well made ​​and have storage space on the ct s, pretty......
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    Well, here APRS jou have almost a year on the Line6 Spider II (212 and 210) I finally made ​​the purchase of pdaleir FBV Shortboard. And indeed, nothing to do with the FBV2 provided SERIES ... It is a wonder, a jewel vritable this gear. It's not complicated I think without this pdalier, you shoot only 20% of the capabilities of your amp (because when you achte this style of amp - modlisation - c ' is to have multiple sounds and effects, all in one - light - combo).

    Bought used with the cover 300.

    Top: Solid machine, number of possible standards, clear display, fast channel changes and the effects of banks, cover grazed, well made ​​and have storage space on the ct s, pretty face of pdalier, printing solidity worthy of a Panzer, you can go.

    Cons: the price (+ / - 380 for and 75 pdalier the cover, almost the price of the amp!), Weight (although I was prfre plastic) Some factory sounds that are frankly infmes (but hey, you make the right rglages).

    So, without hsitation and despite a price rbarbatif, I would do this choice with his eyes closed ...

    Edit: Notice DPOS is especially true since I played (a few months) on a Flextone III and a Spider;)
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  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 08/05/08 at 20:44
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    Used on a long FlextoneIII Plus, the Shortboard is an excellent pdalier.
    And as it is solid (that say all collgues below) it is also stiff trs: hard switches, wah / volume that makes Resistors ...

    So yes it is big, heavy and not too ugly, but the screen is too down in the chassis and to be inclined or MRIT pls large, or both.

    Another ngatif: the switches UP / DOWN serving also rename a preset. I know that is a more easily with Line6 Edit Midi, but when we play without the PC connected we dpatouille as can be. And those damn switches that need to go free as many times as ncessaire (Z from A) or left foot on it until ... If at least they taient silent switches damn!

    Apart from......
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    Used on a long FlextoneIII Plus, the Shortboard is an excellent pdalier.
    And as it is solid (that say all collgues below) it is also stiff trs: hard switches, wah / volume that makes Resistors ...

    So yes it is big, heavy and not too ugly, but the screen is too down in the chassis and to be inclined or MRIT pls large, or both.

    Another ngatif: the switches UP / DOWN serving also rename a preset. I know that is a more easily with Line6 Edit Midi, but when we play without the PC connected we dpatouille as can be. And those damn switches that need to go free as many times as ncessaire (Z from A) or left foot on it until ... If at least they taient silent switches damn!

    Apart from these finicky Whereas, the FBV is an excellent Shorboard pdalier.
    Its price? bah it must be taken in the overall budget of the amp and the pros and cons. I love my Flextone Shortboard and is very practical ... I'm with.
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  • Anonymous

    Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 10/29/08 at 13:05
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    Finally, a real pedal to run my Flextone III XL following the Crasch my FBV Express (the scam). The Shortboard is a great pedal for the price prohibitive except year failure .....
  • Line 6 FBV ShortboardPublished on 01/28/10 at 04:28
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    This bracket is essential for any user line6 amp! I use a Spider Valve 212, AC and really make life easier without it, do not even think to repeat and the scene, unless he always had its nose in front of the amp tamper with knobs, etc. .. . You reach your Stock presets instantly, you can activate and control the effects, there is even a dedicated button has the tuner, one for boost and one for the noise gate! Finally the volume pedal / wah is very practical (the wah deserves to have more depth and expression, but it does not matter, it remains quite good, sweet, just the opposite of a cry baby but c is interesting) This pedal is very solid and extremely simple to use, the screen is......
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    This bracket is essential for any user line6 amp! I use a Spider Valve 212, AC and really make life easier without it, do not even think to repeat and the scene, unless he always had its nose in front of the amp tamper with knobs, etc. .. . You reach your Stock presets instantly, you can activate and control the effects, there is even a dedicated button has the tuner, one for boost and one for the noise gate! Finally the volume pedal / wah is very practical (the wah deserves to have more depth and expression, but it does not matter, it remains quite good, sweet, just the opposite of a cry baby but c is interesting) This pedal is very solid and extremely simple to use, the screen is clear. It connects via an RJ45 cable included, easy! on the other hand I suspect to be a bit fragile because the tip is plastic, and without locking. I use it since October 2009, and I needed to move from one preset to another, activating an effect, tune the guitar, turn on the boost, adjust volume and tap tempo, etc. ... I would do this choice without hesitation. I like his strength, functionality and usability. The price / quality ratio is very good as its price has indeed greatly decreased since the arrival of MKII (before it was costing more than 300 €, I got it for a little less than 150 € new).

    Edit: still a little flat after long use (several months), the pedal moves in every direction and squeaks a bit! I had to remove the crank to tighten the screws on the pedal and put a little grease. Nothing complicated, but I hope not to have to redo it too often! Apart from that, it still works as well!
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