Thank you so much. Just for that, I'm gonna buy some of those cool mini expression pedals when they become available.The 12AX7B is close to the 12AX7A SYL but not exactly the same. Regardless, I have added the 12AX7B for the next release (along with an RCA 12AX7A).
I have only got a little bit of time to play with Q6, but so far, I am really liking it! I am not sure if my tweaking skills improved (I changed how I approached sounds recently), or if something major changed. I am mostly a high gain guy, but one of my main "issues" with the Axe-FX II is the overall "smoothness" of the sound. Kind of like when you play a Mesa Mark IV compared to a Recto. There is just a smoothness built into the sound you can't dial out.Let's get back to topic... i just tested the latest firmware and indeed i would say the low end is more open and natural sounding now especially when highly saturated... FAS is coming closer and closer to the real thing... now regarding the Sylvania tubes i wouldn't say they are better... they are just different more raw sounding than the regulars... the regulars are sweeter.
Glad to see this. I initially skimped on expression pedals for my rig, and I've been wanting to rectify that, and the ones you made were going to be too large for my board to fit 2. These look like they will work for me. I'd MUCH RATHER give my bidness to Fractal, than to anyone else that makes high quality expressions. I don't need them to work with audio, per se, but it doesn't hurt to have a pedal that can also do that "just in case" I have that unexpected need in an emergency.The expression connector is on the front. The volume in and out are on the sides.
Not the same. I use the Boss expression pedals with minimum control all the time. I have it attached to the master volume of whatever unit I plug into This lets me have a fixed minimum (rhythm) level and varying amounts of pure volume boost for solos and fills. This strategy has served me well for many years across a lot of devices.If you're connecting it through an MFC, this can be done globally with a single parameter change. Otherwise, you have MIN/MAX on every modifier, right?