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Line 6 FBV Express MkII 4-button Foot Controller
- Hands-free channel switching and more for your Line 6 amp and POD, 4 channel switches: A, B, C and D
- Footswitches and chassis are constructed of reliable steel.Volume/wah pedal is burly, full-sized and features plenty of grip
- Bright LEDs show active channel, tap tempo and volume or wah,Chromatic tuner display
- USB jack, RJ-45 jack, Self-powered via included locking RJ-45 cable
- TROUBLESHOOTING:Please refer pg 79 from the user manual attached below for troubleshooting support.
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Get hands-free channel switching and more for your Line 6 amp and POD with FBV Express MkII foot controller! FBV Express MkII offers all the classic advantages you expect from a Line 6 foot controller, including rock-solid channel switches, a rugged wah/volume pedal and a chromatic tuner display but it’s also full of surprises. The steel footswitches are built for constant stomping. They make it easy to store and select four channel presets, to synchronize time-based effects with Tap Tempo, and to activate the chromatic tuner. The burly, full-sized volume/wah pedal feels solid under your foot and features plenty of grip. Clicking the toe switch toggles between volume and wah control. FBV Express MkII connects to your Line 6 amp or POD via the included locking RJ-45 cable. FBV Shortboard MkII also features a USB jack that can be used for upgrading the firmware of Spider IV and Spider Valve MkII amplifiers. Perfectly paired with Spider IV and Spider Valve MkII guitar amplifiers, FBV Express MkII provides complete, hands-free control of the looper, pitch-shifter and other on-board amplifier effects. FBV Express MkII is compatible with most Line 6 amplifiers and POD processors.
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On the plus side, and there are a few. this thing is a Sherman tank. Solid build quality can handle just about anything the stage can throw at it, including the stage. I read a story of the entire forward light truss falling on the guitar setup area, destroying mic stands all the bonus pedals, a les paul, a monitor speaker, and floor lights and lasers. The line six fbv pedal had one scratch and a torn rubber wah cover. Rock solid. Made with what every rock pedal should be, heavy metal. The sound switching, although limited to one bank at a time is clean and seamless. The lighting on the pedal, all l.e.d.'s, are very bright even in the brightest daylight and stage lighting. The tuners lights fade from dim to bright as your tuning reaches desired frequency. Very easy to read. The main bonus of the fbv pedal is the cat 5/6 cable connection to the net, with it you can not only update the firmware of the spider amps, you can download the home made effects of other users via the line 6 website. This is for me the goldmine. We have all been amazed by the quality of how close line 6's artist inspired tones sound. These take that a full light year closer to reality, sounding almost perfect in some cases and dead on in others. Inspiration will take you for a ride with some of these tones that I dare say you would not have found otherwise. My advice is as follows; if you can only afford the 100 bones on a pedal buy it. It's worth it for the ability to switch channels, the make shift wah, and the icing on the cake is the download ability for updates and user made tones. Now if you have 200 bones and a loving spouse, mother or landlord pickup the Line 6 FBV Shortboard MkII Foot Controller here http://www.amazon.com/Line-FBV-Shortboard-MkII-Controller/dp/B002GYWBKK/ref=pd_cp_MI_2 and take total floor control of your Line 6 amp and POD
foot switches for preset bank select, effect select, tuner, tap tempo, and a full-sized volume/wah pedal with plenty of grip, Over sized and bright LCD displays chromatic presets and tuner with a USB jack and an RJ-45 jack as well. thats the thick and thin of it... hope it helps. Like an old guitarist told me, better play everyday or throw it away, it starts over at the 12th fret, and learn your scales.
Regarding the inherent limitation of 4 different "sounds" at a time, that's enough for me, of course if you use 30 different sounds in one gig, you'd be better off with its larger brother.