In gear used on his web site he says he uses kemper. more
In gear used on his web site he says he uses kemper.
Its listed in his gear used. more
Its listed in his gear used.
"When I first heard about the FXConnectx Wireless Pedal board System I was ve... more
"When I first heard about the FXConnectx Wireless Pedal board System I was very skeptical. I thought to myself what the hell is that going to sound like? Anyway, the idea of not having too run two 30 or 50 foot cables to my pedals was the motivation to check this out. Then I found out I could have as many wireless pedal boards as I want, at as many locations on stage as possible? I had to try one. I then spoke to FXConnectx about the sonic quality of the unit because I don`t compromise on sound. I use the best Evidence Audio cables available and they are a very important part of my sound. I was not going sacrifice and give up anything so I could have wireless pedals. It turns out that the switching itself is what is wireless and the sound quality of your original sound is fully transparent. All my pedals are still connected with Evidence wires so things stay exactly the same. One word "Amazing". I just got back from the US and European tours where I put it all to the test, using 2 wireless remote locations, the system is flawless.
The FXConnectx system sounds absolutely stellar. This is one piece of gear that has become a permanent staple in my rig," says Dave Linsk, on FXConnectx artist page.
According to Maxon's website, Linsk uses the Maxon OD808 Overdrive pedal. more
According to Maxon's website, Linsk uses the Maxon OD808 Overdrive pedal.
According to Maxon's website, Linsk uses the Maxon GE601 Graphic EQ pedal. more
According to Maxon's website, Linsk uses the Maxon GE601 Graphic EQ pedal.
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