Rocktron's HEX Expression Volume Pedal is a multi-function pedal that can be used both as a volume pedal and as an expression pedal with a large variety of processors and MIDI controllable equipment. ... Click To Read More About This Product
Rocktron's HEX Expression Volume Pedal is a multi-function pedal that can be used both as a volume pedal and as an expression pedal with a large variety of processors and MIDI controllable equipment. The design of the pedal allows you to use a simple stereo-to-stereo cable for expression connection, minimizing cable use on stage.
An adjustable rocker tension screw allows you to adjust the pedal action for a lighter or heavier touch.
The expression jack accepts a 1/4" stereo RTS cable and lets you plug into the expression port in your MIDI footcontroller or your expression port in your MIDI controllable device and thus operate the HEX as a MIDI expression pedal.
Use the input and output jacks to function as a standard volume pedal. The output jack accepts a standard guitar cable and lets you plug the HEX output into the next effect in your effect chain or directly into the input of your guitar amplifier.
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Comments about Rocktron Hex Expression Volume Pedal:
Thing is built like a tank, works well and is reliable. It's also metal... as well METAL. Not cheap plastic here. adjustable tension with the wrench included!(How awesome is that?) Use as a volume or an expression pedal. Spend the extra money over the cheaper Rocktron Utopia and avoid the Line 6 version. Both are cheaper plastic and just felt like they were waiting to fail. A minor complaint but documented well by Rocktron - It's wired RTS for the expression port. This will usually not matter if you're just using one. If you're using two you must rewire one end of both of your cables by reversing the Ring and Tip connections. It takes longer to heat up the iron than to do the work, it's well documented, so no star deducted