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"The MIDI mouse, the real secret to the rig is that every guitar has a tone that it's supposed to reach because when we change guitars they have to be homogenous. So if we go to from a Telecaster to a Les Paul the gain has to be the same. We don't want you to tell that he's playing a Telecaster," says Billy Gibbons's guitar tech about the Tech 21 MIDI Mouse Pedal.more
"The Gear Blog is a behind-the-scenes look at the instruments and equipment that graces the Austin City Limits’ stage. Our Audio Engineer Kevin Cochran goes in-depth to give our gearheads some insight." - [*Austin City Limits*](http://acltv.com/2012/10/10/gear-blog-radiohead/). This image of Ed's pedalboards comes from this article and you can see the Tech 21 MIDI Mouse pedal in the right pedalboard in the top right.more
Scott uses a wet/ dry setup. The amp is dry, and the effects are in a second amp, usually a Fender combo. Scott uses a Suhr Line Out Box which is plugged into an external speaker jack on his amp. The Line Out Box converts the speaker signal to line level, which is sent to the SVC next to the wah, then into the input of a Boss SE-70 multi-FX, and then to the second amp. All SE-70 patches are 100% wet, and the SVC allows Scott to control the wet/dry mix. The Tech 21 MIDI Mouse is used to switch programs on the SE-70.more