The iOS Amp Modeler App Thread!

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Chuck, Sep 28, 2013.

  1. buriedoutback

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    I didn't read the whole thread... what are people using to switch patches on their ipad/jamup/bias rigs? My friend just bought my old sonic port and is looking to switch from clean to dirty. Thanks dudes
     
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    I bought a used IK blueboard for use with Bias FX two years ago, and haven't needed anything since. But I'm open to replacing it with a counter-recommendation.
     
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    Thanks, that seems to be the go-to board. I wonder if a 'page-turner' like the Airturn PED would work (limited by 2 buttons of course).
     
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    +1 on the Blueboard. Hard to beat a wireless solution. PG makes a pedal too (BT4, I think) but I have never demoed one since the IKBB has been pretty solid.
     
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    :hbang: Thanks
     
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    If you're gigging often I would recommend the BT4, much more solidly built than the blueboard. More expensive though.
     
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    My friend won't be gigging often, if at all, but i'll mention the bt4. thanks!
     
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    No problem, the blueboard felt very flexy and didn't like the rubber switches much. Whereas the BT4 was a solid metal case with actual metal footswitch buttons, much more like an amp footswitch.
     

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