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#53703 - 07/23/07 09:11 AM HELP!! KN7000 PEDALBOARD.
Duncan Gibbon Offline
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Registered: 10/11/05
Posts: 6
Loc: Wales UK.
Hi.All,
Thanks for reading my query,I have used the P/Board by sliding the switch on the rear panel and found it not ideal,if I changed the the MSA I loose the settings, I did save the Board setup in favourites but that limits me to one setup..So can anyone give me any info to set the p/board in the conventional way as shown in the blue book that came with the kn7000 page 51 brief details would be fine as I have a vague idea having said that Iv'e been trying off and on for 2 years to do this, any info would be more than appreciated from this side..

Many Thanks..
Duncan N/Wales UK.

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#53704 - 07/23/07 11:55 AM Re: HELP!! KN7000 PEDALBOARD.
RMepstead Offline
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Registered: 06/15/02
Posts: 1478
Loc: Wootton Bassett - Wiltshire - ...
Hi Duncan
Pages 199 and 154 in the Operating instructions book may point you in the right direction... Can't help more as I've never used a Midi pedal unit.
Rog
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Roger M

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#53705 - 07/23/07 01:57 PM Re: HELP!! KN7000 PEDALBOARD.
bruno123 Offline
Senior Member

Registered: 06/04/02
Posts: 3273
Loc: West Palm Beach, FL 33417
Hi Duncon,
This is from memory, its been a while since I had bass pedals.
The switch in the back is correct.
The pedals must be assigned to a part setting.
1-Press program Menus (Right side)
2-Press Sound.
3-Press Part setting
4-(Top left) Arrows you will use to scroll though the different parts.
5-Select a part the type of bass to be used and volume. There are also other areas if you wish. Then set what you have done in a Registration and Bank.

Each time you use the pedals and press that registration you will have what you want.
Important You must put the set-up in every registration you use, it does not always have to be the same bass or volume.

I hope this helps, John C.

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