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JOYO Reviews
LIke most home users I sometimes struggle to get the tone I am looking for when ...
Eoin Jennings on 12/07/2016
5
The 'British' is an amp simulator, meant to enable you to produce the sound of a...
andy butler on 05/07/2016
5
I have the 'green' compressor pedal that has been on the market for quite a whil...
Johnny Green on 07/07/2016
5
I bought two of these. I'm using one in front of the amp and other one in effect...
Filip on 05/07/2016
5
excellent. excellent value for money
Gianfranco on 05/07/2016
4
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Manuals & FAQ

Guide - How to power your guitar effects and pedal board
There are a number of ways to power your guitar effects and choosing which method you use can make a difference to your board. Making sure you have the right supply will ensure if they come on, prevent them from getting damaged, or become noisy.  BatteriesPedals are made of electronics, so the power you use ensures that they stay on when you need them. Whilst the 1st series, 2nd series of JOYO pedals and DrJ pedals all can be powered with a 9v battery, this is not the best option to power a board, it is primarily convenient. Your pedal board will only sound as good as your cheape..
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Guide - What do Guitar Effect Pedals do?
You may have heard some of these pedal types banded about, but want to know a little more what they sound like. Joyo has a huge range of guitar effects that cover a wide range of guitar effect types. So we thought we would give you a brief explanation of what the effects are, what these types of effect pedals mean and what they might just do for your guitar tone. If guitarists all had the same pedals on the same settings, we would all sound the same, so there is no right, no wrong, no ultimate pedal, the result of tone is subjective, a personal quest. You are the one who decides i..
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PXL LIVE - MIDI Instructions Program Save Midi Trigger
MIDI SetupIn the PXL-Live’s MIDI setup you have the menu options MA and MB (showing the display as NA and NB, the letter n is displayed as a lower case letter, the upper case N us supposed to me an M).MA sends 2 separate MIDI messages when engaging the preset.MB sends 2 separate MIDI messages when putting the preset in BYPASSFor either MA or MB the menu options E1/A1/C1/n1 are controlling the FIRST message that is being sent, which can be either a program change of a continuous controller. E2/A2/C2/n2 set up the second message which can also be a PC or CC.MIDI ChannelsY..
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PXL LIVE - Main Menu Options
The PXL Live main menu options are:EH      Editing of the HIGH Loops, also known as Loop 2, or, if you are counting from 1-8, EH will edit loops 5-8.EL       Editing of the LOW Loops, also known as Loop 1, or, Loops 1-4 (from right to left on the PXL-Live)ET       Editing of the behavior of the two trigger outputs when selecting a preset.EB      Editing of the behavior of the two trigger outputs when switching the selected preset into BYPASSEM    ..
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PXL LIVE - Controller MIDI Functions
PXL LIVE - Controller MIDI Functions:The acronym MIDI stands for MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DIGITAL INTERFACE and was invented in 1983 to enable synthesizers to communicate with each other. Since then the MIDI language really hasn’t changed and is still a very effective way to have devices communicate with each other. MIDI has many more uses than just sending messages between keyboards and guitar gear. Mix Consoles use MIDI to store and control automation. Lighting systems also communicate via MIDI as well as many other devices that have adopted this language.MIDI is an 8 bit language, which b..
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