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    Foot Switchers

    i used the MFC with my original AXEFX before the MFC came out and I started using it with the AXEII. The MFC is a better unit. foot print and over aesthetic.

    wildmorphlaw 06-12-2024, 12:14 AM Go to last post

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    If you're referring to the VL Ground Control Pro, I believe that is just as big as the MFC. Don't forget some of these aftermarket midi controllers may

    Voxguy76 06-11-2024, 01:17 PM Go to last post

    Foot Switchers

    Excellent response. Thank you.
    I just feel i am not using the MFC-101 to it's full potential.
    It's foot print is fairly big.
    I just

    ER-2 06-11-2024, 04:38 AM Go to last post

    Foot Switchers

    The MFC-101 can be used to switch presets and scenes. You don’t have to use it to turn effects on or off. Using the native Fractal MFC-101 should

    Voxguy76 06-11-2024, 03:38 AM Go to last post

    Album Intro Loop?

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    by Published on 11-12-2011 11:42 PM

    Hello U2 Fans!

    Welcome to the new U2 Guitar Tutorials forum! This group is dedicated to those interested in learning how to play U2 songs on guitar and understanding how to get the Edge's tone with various types of digital and analog effect pedals and processors.

    U2GuitarTutorials on YouTube was launched in November 2008. As I become involved in various U2 communities, I started to think of ways to improve the learning experience. In 2009 I was contacted by David Nia, a web developer and subscriber of U2GuitarTutorials on YouTube. David graciously offered to build the U2 Guitar Tutorials web site which was launched on January 1, 2010. Tim Hines offered to help build this forum in 2011 and we embarked on building what we hope will be a feature-rich community for those learning U2 songs.

    Note that this is not only a forum, but a content management system and blogging site. Each member can create and maintain their own blog page, and content can be cross promoted and shared. I think you will find this to be an more productive and engaging platform.

    You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel (U2GuitarTutorials on YouTube). If you have any suggestions, comments or questions, please post on this thread:
    Suggestions & Feedback.

    Tim, David and I have invested a lot of time designing and maintaining this forum. We will be making changes as we receive feedback.

    Thank you for your support. Enjoy the forum.

    U2GT Founder