Started by Elantric, May 12, 2017, 06:09:48 PM
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Quote from: dazco, post: 24112233, member: 1963This is something i thought of too, and it's one of several switching things that i find so stupid that fender went the way the did with the GT. I have no use for a looper, but even if i did the fact that one mis-step and you could become the laughingstock of any audience you play for is to me a utterly insane design decision. Combine that with the lack of the 2 button switch support and i find fender's decision regarding whats important in switching on the GT puzzling. It's supposed to be an upgrade. In any case, tone for me is #1 by far and i much prefer the GT and switching wise i'm ok with what it's cone to be aside from the idiotic looper minefield. But i modified my footswitch with the MIII by taking switching out to other areas on my board and i intend to redo it now with the mode switch removed from the housing and put elsewhere on the board using a monetary footswitch since the stock one is nothing more than a plunger that triggers a tiny plastic circuit board mounter switch. This way i;ll never accidentally hit the mode switch, and i will always have my switch in effect on.off mode which is all i really need from it.