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Compact FU-3/MKIV foot controller

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bsriaudio

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This is a direct copy of the logic switching scheme from the original Mesa FU-3 foot controller for the MKIV in a much more pedalboard-friendly format than the original.

Functions exactly the same but takes a detachable 6-pin XLR cable (https://btpa.com/MIC-XLR/4-5-6-7-Pin-XLR/xlr6-sc-xx.html) rather than the attached cable on the original.

Much easier to break down your rig! $179 shipped in the US. Email [email protected] to order. Thanks!

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andomac1979

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Guess not, we’ll the search continues. Can’t believe it’s this hard to find a used or alternative FS for a mark iv….
 

andomac1979

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I’m a new member myself. If you have a reverb listing or something let me know. I’ll buy it immediately!
 

erik10us

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got mine works- great- just had to wait longer for the cable then the pedal- but the pedal is great
 

andomac1979

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I got the pedal too, still waiting on my cable. But the pedals build quality and finish is impressive. Looking forward to testing it out.
 

Jasons80z06

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This is a direct copy of the logic switching scheme from the original Mesa FU-3 foot controller for the MKIV in a much more pedalboard-friendly format than the original.

Functions exactly the same but takes a detachable 6-pin XLR cable (XLR6-SC-XX) rather than the attached cable on the original.

Much easier to break down your rig! $179 shipped in the US. Email [email protected] to order. Thanks!

A9c3pHXl.jpg
Would it be possilbe to make a version of this that works with the Mesa Quad?
 

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