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Rocktron PatchMate Loop 8 Floor
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kik@infomaniak.ch kik@infomaniak.ch

«  excellent? yes, but ... »

Publié le 05/27/11 à 01:48
Patch programmable pedals and MIDI driver mode pedals (do not fit into a 19-inch). Relay connector, so true bybass + possible (programmable also = cool!) Of equipment connected or not the chain of pedals.

Extremely simple to use, the manual is there for something.
You just know one thing before ordering: there are several versions of the software, the latest being the best. In my case, I have asked Rocktron to send me the chip with the latest version, what they did for free.

no problem!

been using it for 2 months.
The pros:
does nothing to distort the sound, no latency. Enormous possibilities of combinations. Pilot can switch to channel preamp / amp (Jack).
The -:
impossible to reverse the order of pedals without Disconnect the terminal! Version of the software to check before buying!
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