LiberaToe has created a new multi-effects paradigm based on analog circuitry. Peripherals provide new experiences; for example, the switch strip provides flexibility so that you are not a slave to the effect, and to allow digital-haters to take advantage of concise, yet core functionalities within the analog switcher.
Analog and Digital
Analog provides a more organic and natural tone, and so our focus was to maintain genuine analog signal paths with true-bypass. Digital technology has been used for routing control, which means edit-ability and flexibility, thus making a perfect partnership with the superior sound of analog. Right technology right place catches two birds.
Since most AMPS have adopted multi-channels, why not implement the same concept in effects? By doing so, you can select the tone between rhythm and solo, delay time between short and long, but also routing between A/B (selection) and A->B (in series) or A//B (in parallel), and only with LiberaToe pedals.
Spaghetti cabling is not a must. Enjoy Tetris as a game, but this shuffling is not ideal for effects. When working with modules, you simply have to remove and insert where you want each effect within the chain.
Combine Ad-hoc Switching and Presets
You do not have to suffer from inflexible presets, or that each preset needs to be pre-programmed beforehand. LiberaToe allows you to take advantages of both program-ability and immediate switching.
Players now can enjoy the harmonic cooperation between other pedals and LiberaToe technology. Yes, you can use your pedals within a LiberaToe platform, making it the world’s first system that integrates pedals and modules.
Weight of a Guitar
A musician's guitar is the most important piece of equipment, and peripherals should not have to be heavier than a guitarist's most essential aspect, the instrument. At less than 7.72 lbs (3.5 kg), a fully loaded LiberaToe modular system makes practical sense, besides streamlining and simplifying gear requirements.