Compact Bluetooth MIDI Pedal Ships

US Positive Grid BT2 offers full wireless control of most CoreMIDI apps      05/02/16

Compact Bluetooth MIDI Pedal Ships


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Positive Grid tell us that they are now shipping their BT2 Bluetooth MIDI pedal which features two footswitches to the larger BT4's four.

A spokesperson told us, "Control your guitar effects, keyboard presets and music sheets for iPad and iPhone--all wirelessly! The BT2 is built with the same hard, stage ready metal case as our BT4 pedal in a smaller, travel friendly size."

Both BT4 and BT2 work seamlessly with the BT app -available for free in the iTunes App Store. Positive Grid says that all JamUp, BIAS FX, Onsong, and GarageBand compatibility and expression pedal functionalities have been reviewed and fixed in the latest BT app update.

 

  • Control your guitar effects, music sheets and keyboard presets all wirelessly
  • Solid, stage-ready controller that gives you the freedom to control your iPhone and iPad apps.
  • Turn your BIAS FX into a full-fledged guitar amp-and-effects powerhouse.
  • Works wirelessly with thousands of music apps including BIAS FX, JamUp, OnSong, GarageBand, Loopy--most any iOS app that supports CoreMIDI.
  • Unique metal case and rock-solid design withstand the harshest and toughest conditions on the road.
  • Fully customizable with the companion BT Editor app, creating at-the-ready banks and presets.
  • The BT4 is best of breed: ultra-responsive, compact, durable and easy to use.
  • Designed in California, U.S


Pricing and Availability:
$79

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