Positive Grid BT2 Bluetooth Midi Pedal

£82.00 (including VAT @ 20%)

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  • Ultimate Wireless Control Of Mobile Music CoreMIDI Apps
  • Connect To Your Device Via Bluetooth 4.0
  • Compatible With Any App Using CoreMIDI
  • Rugged Design To Withstand Harsh Conditions On Tour
  • Ideal For Stage, Studio Or Performance Applications

Positive Grid BT2 Bluetooth Midi Pedal

Details
The Positive Grid BT2 Bluetooth Midi Pedal was designed to give you full control of the thousands of CoreMIDI music apps on mobile devices. Software such as BIAS FX, BIAS Amp and JamUp can be hooked up wirelessly via Bluetooth 4.0 to the BT2, giving you excellent parameter control and switching from a rugged, stage-ready pedal. The BT2 gives you effortless control and the ultimate musical experience through your favourite iOS music apps.

Product Ref: 88009

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Features

  • Wireless control of your guitar effects, music sheets and keyboard presets wirelessly
  • Rugged controller ideal for stage use for excellent control of iPhone and iPad apps
  • Convert your BIAS FX into a full-fledged guitar amp and effects powerhouse
  • Wireless compatibility with thousands of music apps that support CoreMIDI
  • Sturdy metal case to withstand the harsh and tough conditions of being on the road
  • Fully customizable using the companion BT Editor app
  • Ultra responsive, compact, durable and easy to use
  • Designed in California, USA

Specifications

  • Compatible Apps:
    • BIAS FX
    • JamUP XT
    • JamUP Pro XT
    • GarageBand
    • AmpliTube
    • AmpKit
    • Most Core MIDI apps
  • Compatible Devices:
    • iPhone 4S & Newer
    • iPod Touch 5th Generation & Newer
    • iPad 3 & Newer
    • NOTE: iOS 8 or later is required
  • BT-4 Technical Specs:
    • Connection: Bluetooth 4.0
    • Switches: 2 x Rugged Metal Footswitches
    • Expression Pedal: 1/4'' EXP. Pedal Input Socket
    • Battery: 2 x AA
    • MIDI Messages:
      • Program Change
      • Control Change