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Hanneman213

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ENGL E 530 - PEAVEY ROCKMASTER
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How users of these units change their presets with less effort? For example; I am on my clean tone, includes some delay and chorus, in some cases a little phaser with TC G major2, Then I want to switch it to Lead tone which includes some delays and harmonizer. and turn back to Rhythm Crunch tone with no additional effects.
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Re: ENGL E 530 - PEAVEY ROCKMASTER
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Well, the E530 has no build-in MIDI, but Engl makes the Z-11 MIDI switcher, which can be hooked up to control the E530.
Woodoo Labs also has a MIDI switcher. And you could likely use an old Scholz Octopus (if you can find one).
Try a search on "engl e530 midi", and see what comes up.

Here's some info on hooking-up the E530 to a G-Major:
http://forum.tcelectronic.com/topic/16952/engl-e530-e84050-channel-switching/

E530 manual: http://englamps.de/wp-content/uploads/OM_E530_Tube_Preamp.pdf
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