*SOLD* FS: 8-Channel, Musicom Lab Efx MkII

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*SOLD* FS: 8-Channel, Musicom Lab Efx MkII

Postby MattMan » Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:24 pm

Low price for Rukinders: $150 switcher + $25 16-channel snake + $25 Shipping = $200 PayPal

Email if interested: mcoleATltu.edu

Pic of switcher in my rig with a snake connecting the switcher to the pedals: http://mcole-psy.com/images/MattaRig1.jpg

If you don't want the snake, just connect the switcher to the pedals right at the pedal board.

If you don't have a buffer, you can use the built in buffer in the switcher--if you have a buffer, just turn off the buffer on the switcher.

Here's the manual: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/829277/Musicom-Lab-Efx-Mkii.html

Here's a current listing from Reverb for $375: https://reverb.com/item/4782308-musicomlab-efx-mkii-loop-midi-switcher

Description:
The EFX Mk II Audio Controller is the ultimate floor based switching system. It is a compact, easy to use, fully programmable 8 function(8 loops / 7 loops+1 control function / 6 loops+2 control function) MIDI foot controller. The EFX Mk II Audio Controller has 100 memory locations, configured as 25 banks of 4 presets, plus a global preset. It can transmit 5 MIDI Program Changes on 5 MIDI channels and 8 MIDI Control Change on an appointed MIDI channel. Also one continuous controller port(XPDL) is included and can be programmed with designated MIDI channels and control numbers. The EFX Mk II Audio Controller has two low-noise, high quality buffers to prevent the loss of guitar signal. The input buffer can be bypassed for Hi-Z input pedals such as Fuzzes etc. The EFX Mk II Audio Controller is made by high quality parts including heavy-duty stomp switches and gold-plated relays. It is cased within a compact and rugged aluminium enclosure(11"W x 5.2"D x 1.7"FH x 2.2"RH)

FYI: Selling because I moved to a GCX Ground Control Pro, which is 3x the price, and has more midi control. However, the Musicom is a wonderful compact 8-channel switcher. Clean switching--no pops. Programmable, so you can configure all your pedal arrangements for different songs. Very easy to program. Unit has 25 banks with 4 presets per bank. Power is regular 9v, but you need 400mA, so be sure you're using the higher output connection from your power brick. I can include a long barrel-barrel wire to go from your rack brick to the switcher if you want.
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Re: FS: 8-Channel Programmable Switcher, Musicom Lab Efx MkI

Postby MattMan » Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:39 am

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Re: FS: 8-Channel Programmable Switcher, Musicom Lab Efx MkI

Postby MattMan » Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:53 pm

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