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The MOD Duo wants to be the last digital guitar pedal you ever own

16/09/2014

Digital guitar pedals can be great. They offer a huge range of sounds via various pedals and that’s sort of the problem. They’re (...)
Digital guitar pedals can be great. They offer a huge range of sounds via various pedals and that’s sort of the problem. They’re digital, but you’re only getting (if you’re lucky) a few effects. The MOD Duo digital pedal uses an open platform to offer you as many effects as the community can build. The MOD Duo pedal still looks and acts like your average guitar pedal on stage with buttons you can mash with your feet while rocking. But underneath all the mashing lies an Intel Atom processor-powered circuit board built specifically for audio. It has two quarter-inch audio inputs and... This story continues at The Next Web The post The MOD Duo wants to be the last digital guitar pedal you ever own appeared first on The Next Web. Digital guitar pedals can be great. They offer a huge range of sounds via various pedals and that’s sort of the problem. They’re digital, but you’re only getting (if you’re lucky) a few effects. The MOD Duo digital pedal uses an open platform to offer you as many effects as the community can build. The MOD Duo pedal still looks and acts like your average guitar pedal on stage with buttons you can mash with your feet while rocking. But underneath all the mashing lies an Intel Atom processor-powered circuit board built specifically for audio. It has two quarter-inch audio inputs and... This story continues at The Next Web The post The MOD Duo wants to be the last digital guitar pedal you ever own appeared first on The Next Web.
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