Each of the 4 buttons has dual functions (click and click & hold) and you can send 2 program change for each switch (in mode1) or 2 control change (in mode 2) or select 2 scenes (in mode 3 of AXE FX firmware) or send bank up and down and preset a/b/c/d selection for each bank in mode 3 of the Jamup/bias fx firmware

Holding for a second one of the 4 switches you'll have the following 4 modes :

MODE1 : can send up to 8 program change
MODE2 : can send up to 8 control change (you can store the combination of on/off status of 8 effect for each of the patch of MODE1)

-up to 8 scenes selection in the AXE FX firmware

-bank up and down and preset a/b/c/d selection for each bank in the Jamup/Bias fx firmware

-additional 8 patch changes in other firmware

-up to 8 controls for looper mode (AXE FX firmware)

-8 additional program changes or control changes in other firmare

Holding the switch 1 in MODE 1 will let you enter to calibration mode.
Both the external expression pedal and the Vslider will be active when MODE1 to MODE4 is selected


iCtrl-R mini MIDI-USB-Bluetooth 4.0

pocket size controller equipped with gesture recognition technology

The iCtrl-R mini is a pocket size MIDI controller that can send MIDI messages through Bluetooth 4.0, USB, MIDI out port or...all at the same time!

You can use it with all MIDI hardware like the AXE FX II, the Kemper or the Atomic Amplifier, the Helix series and software apps like Amplitube, Jam up pro, Bias FX, Guitar Rig on MAC/PC/iPad and iPod.

We have different dedicated firmware that can be easily uploaded on the controller : Just connect the controller to a MAC or PC and click a button on the controller !

The iCtrl-R has 4 different modes (you can switch between them by holding switches for one second) and a calibration mode to use the entire range of whatever expression pedal to be connected to the iCtrl-R mini .

In addition you'll have the Vslider that is a sensor capable of sending MIDI continuos control change and activate and control then effects like wah or whammy by moving back and forth the foot from the controller box.