What up peeps? It's been awhile since I have been here. You may remember me from such forum jams as :
I may get another jam going soon if anyone is still around/interested
But I came for info I have Framus Cobra that is awesome, it was actually Uli Roth's on his tour last year so that is kind of cool too. But the loop is hideous; I think it is +4 parallel People say the to use a rack fx such as an Intellifex and it will work, but I'm thinking this may be a good time get back in on the 1`1R cheap cheap. Do you think it would work well as 4cm?
Another question, I have a Behinger FCB with a chip designed to work with Kemper. I wonder if that would work ok with 11R? It has the bottom row of buttons for program changes and the top row as virtual stomps Long shot there, but curious if anyone ever tried that
The if FCB1010 mod chip is an EUREKA prom it should have the 11r settings it it to you just have to switch the program.
Selecting a Configuration
Here are the steps to select a configuration within the EurekaPROM: Keep switches 1 and 2 pressed while powering up the unit. You'll see "A3" appear on the 7-segment display, and the Pedal 5 LED begin to flash. You can scroll through the configurations using the UP and DOWN pedal. The configurations include: In the 7-Segment Display Select if your Effects Box is: A3 Roger Linn Design AdrenaLinn 3 PA Kemper Profiling Amp VA Behringer V-Amp Series Vb Behringer Bass V-Amp Series 11 Avid Eleven Rack G- TC Electronic G-Force, G-Major, G-Major 2, G-Sharp, Nova FA Fractal Audio Axe-FX II Po Line6 POD Series bo BOSS GT-PRO, Roland VG-99/BG-99, etc. PP Pedal Programmed for other effect units. Once you've selected a configuration, press Pedal 5 to select it. The configuration selection is stored in non-volatile memory in the FCB1010, so it'll remember your choice the next time you power the FCB1010. Here's a video showing the Select Configuration procedure:
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