Footstops – Do You Use Them?

Love the way they look but – do you use actually them? I find that I never do as I feel like I’m going to fall off the bench as I reach for one of them. I do use the two footswitches on the expression pedal. As for the five footstops – Not so much. What about you? Do you use them and if so, what functions do you have programmed on them?

 

4 thoughts on “Footstops – Do You Use Them?

  • 10/28/2017 at 13:01
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    I wisch they made the Hawaï-Effect (or Glide-Effect) available on the Footswitches again…

    As of now, this Hawaï (Glide) ist’n there on OAX.
    OAS has that effect onboard…why not OAX ???

    Regards,
    Carlo

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  • 10/28/2017 at 05:00
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    Hi Curt,
    I use two of the pistons: one for transposing keyboard , the other to start rythm intro when my two hands performing a long ending of my own pre – intro .
    Samuel

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  • 10/28/2017 at 04:46
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    With my expression pedal like this on my old Wersi MK-1 Stage Performer, the right and left foot switches are programable, for sustain effects, pitch bend, Wersi Voice (Rotor effects) and transposer. I had found it most convenient. I did not purchase an extression pedal for my Wersi Pegasus Wing, as it is very expensive and no longer offered as a kit like the one I had built for my old Wersi MK-1 Stage Performer. It was fun and easy and sadly, organ kits are no longer available. I wanted to build my Wersi MK-1 Stage Performer as a kit, but Wersi in Lancaster, PA, offered me a deal for an assembled floor demo for the same price as the kit version. That was a mistake as I wished that I could built it my self than purchase an assembled version. But I had fun builing the expression pedal for it, as well as the Fun Starter kit which I had built two of them, as well as the sound sampler.

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  • 10/27/2017 at 13:47
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    Hi Curt,

    I use the piston to the right of the swell pedal to flip between slow and fast on drawbars, but would still like the fade out function to be assignable to a piston.

    Cheers
    Mark

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