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The Axess FX1 is a pro-level midi foot controller as used originally by guys like John Petruzzi and Peter Frampton. Unfortunately, this company went out of business in 2008. This unit works perfectly and can only be programmed via the foot controller itself. It’s pretty easy though. It will interface with any-midi controlled device. I used it with the RJM RG-16 but any loop interface will work.

Below is the feature set. I have the manual (soft) if you want to read about it first. Anyone who wants a pro-level controller for a killer price this is it. Contact me and we can talk.

Feature Set

·      6 preset switches (blue LED's)

·      12 instant access switches (green LED's)

·      Edit/2nd (red LED), Bank Up & Down switches with yellow LEDs

·      127 preset memory locations

·      21 banks of 6 presets, plus a Global Preset

·      Four (global and per preset) expression pedal ports

·      Large 1-line x 16-character LCD display w/backlight

·      Song & set list modes

·      Create up to 99 songs

·      Organize the 99 songs into 10 set lists of 50 songs

·      Heavy-duty Carling stomp switches (the real ones)

·      Switches are spaced 3.00” apart in every direction

·      Master/Slave functionality for multiple foot controller rigs

·      Expression pedal port calibration

·      Bulk data dump and load capabilities

·      Scroll through banks/songs without activating a preset

·      Easily copy presets, banks, songs, set lists and instant access switches

·      Easily name presets, songs, set lists, MIDI channels, instant access switches and more.

·      Individually configure instant access switches to operate as latching type or hold type switches

·      Each instant access switch can transmit two control change messages and two program change messages (one when the switch is on and the other when it’s off)

·      Multiple instant access switches can be linked together to allow for quick/easy selection and indication of which channel is on, on multi-channel guitar amps, all with the press of one switch

·      Instant access switches and presets are capable of sending custom 16 byte hex/MIDI messages

·      Presets can simultaneously transmit program change messages (starting at 000 or 001 - user selectable for each MIDI channel) on all 16 MIDI channels

·      Standard (5-pin) MIDI IN and MIDI OUT jacks

·      Heavy-duty TO RACK (5-pin) XLR MIDI OUT jack

·      Powered by a 9VAC adapter (which is included) with a 5.5mm/2.1mm barrel connector or phantom powered via the TO RACK or MIDI OUT jacks

·      Rugged 0.118" (3mm) thick aluminum enclosure

·      Dimensions - 18.00"W x 12.00"D x 1.25"FH x 3.50"RH

·      Brush finish with black anodize coating & laser-engraved printing

·      Powered by the FX1 via the included XLR cable

·      Dimensions - 9.00"W x 12.00"D x 1.25"FH x 3.50"RH

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Listed9 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
  • FX1 Midi Foot Controller
  • Black
  • 2006
Made In
  • United States

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Joined Reverb:2014

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