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Trinalog Puts Analog Pedals into a Digital Interface

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Jeffrey Powers

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Trinalog Puts Analog Pedals into a Digital Interface

People love their analog pedals. I have a few that I use from time to time to get a specific sound. Trinalog has created a device that will give your analog pedals a digital interface, and wrapped it into one container. 

What is Trinalog

This is a pedal system that can hold up to 8 analog pedals. Each pedal is shaped like a cartridge that inserts into the effects station. You can fit up to 8 analog effects into the station. 

The station then interfaces with the 4.3″ screen, or can connect via app to your iOS device. This allows you to change pedals from the stomp box, or from the app. 

The station can be put into a pedal chain fairly easy, and is run off a simple 9V power bank. 

Trinalog is in pre-order at this time, and does not have a specific price (but will start around $400 depending on what analog pedal cartridges you add to it). Check out Trinalog website for more information

 

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