Mastermind PBC/6X

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  • Mastermind PBC/6X
  • Mastermind PBC/6X



The Mastermind PBC/6X programmable true bypass switcher features:

  • 6 audio loops, 3 of which are stereo capable
  • A buffered insert loop that can be used for a 7th pedal, or for special routing strategies like the “four cable method”
  • Matrix switching that allows reordering of loops
  • 2 function switches for amplifier channel control
  • An integrated tuner
  • A full-featured MIDI controller that can send any type of MIDI message 
 You can read more details on the main PBC/6X page.
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20 Reviews

  • 5
    PB6X is the best!

    Posted by John Champion on Nov 18th 2020

    This is the highest quality midi foot controller on the market. You can literally program it to do anything. Ron is the best as well when it comes to answering questions and CUSTOMER SERVICE. Five stars all the way for both product and company!

  • 5
    I received the unit promptly and well packaged. I put it on my board on Saturday and quickly learned to use it and set up my sounds. I was so comfortable with it that I used it to perform on stage for two services at my church the next day. I couldn’

    Posted by Perry Hiscok on Nov 9th 2020

    And this beats them all.

  • 5

    Posted by Jon on Oct 17th 2020

    What an amazing controller! Versatile and it sounds amazing. Easy to navigate and intuitive. You won't sorry if you are serious about music and if you get this!

  • 4
    Solid and quiet

    Posted by Michael Suydam on Mar 8th 2020

    It’s a little preliminary for me to write a review because this is a relatively complex product with a lot of features and I’m still getting familiar with it. It’s quite a feels sturdy but I’ll know more about how it holds up after a year or two dragging it around to bar gigs and rehearsals. As for functionality it seems like it will do everything I need it to and the support is there in the forums if needed. Until I’m more familiar I can only give it 4 stars though. Ask me again in a year and I’ll know more but until then it seems to be fitting the bill well.

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