Originally Posted by Grawgg
I was hoping that UBI would release one, but I guess it's still a small market for that. If they do decide to release one, I really hope that they'll be in touch! I have so many ideas about this that I could work in with just a little software support!
Thanks for the suggestion. I was honestly thinking that people would find it by googling "Rocksmith pedal/stompbox/controller" and would already know what it was, but you do make a good point. Perhaps I'll edit the instructable later to include that.
Originally Posted by Duggle-SD
Very impressive, i have seen another member make one of these i think if you guys got together you could corner the market on these RS stomp boxes you guys could get RICH from selling all of the RS community a proper controller , think of how many people will want one after it gets released in the UK .
I think this is an awesome project and i hope that this will turn into something that anyone can order one day.
I wasn't thinking about people searching for a stompbox controller, I'm sure they would know exactly what it is, but just for the judges since this looks to be a contest entry.
Originally Posted by smokeandlights
Cool! I'd love to know who that person was so I could check it out!
Originally Posted by crispyfunk
It's not me but I plan on building one that's more like actual stomp switch pedals.
I had the idea to build a controller that interfaced with a MIDI controller pedal but I haven't been able to get one off ebay with enough switches cheap enough. Yes, MIDI -> Gamepad interface
For when Rocksmith comes out for the PC, I think this device would work quite well for Rocksmith:
Not trying to take anything away from Smokeandlights build. But I did this back in Nov 2011.
I had offered to make a few but no one ever said they wanted one.
Yes it is kinda large, I have size 13 apple mashers! It was the first one I made for myself. It could be scaled down if need be, but she has been working like a champ sense I fired her up and I haven't needed to make any changes.
Last edited by mr_handy007; 04-28-2012 at 05:03 AM.
Originally Posted by mr_handy007
I thought about this setup too. In the end, I sacrificed a few ****ons to keep it scaled down. There's still plenty of room for big feet. Maybe not size 13 Doc Martins, but my sneakers fit just fine. It would have been nice to have a little more room to work in there when I was wiring.
I debated on the stomp switches too. I didn't find a good source. Arcade ****ons are VERY durable. I'd not considered an effects board, but that's an interesting Idea. I never wanted to spend that much though.
Originally Posted by KILLTRON_9000