I remember seeing in a video the Cecollini commenting on the interest in developing a Mod Uno. I believe it is this (the video is in Portuguese-BR)
About the question, I think it would be more complete if it was "Why not MOD UNO now?"
My suspicion is that this is not a propitious time, perhaps because:
- Business and advertising logistics;
- MOD DUO still not profitable enough to the point of leaving money to invest in a new product;
- Preference in finishing the pendencies f the campaign of Kickstater of 2014, like Control-Chain;
If the problem is an investment, I believe a second Kickstater campaign would be ideal. As the software should be almost all reused, the cost might decrease for hardware development (remembering, Kickstater requires a prototype) and large-scale production.
With the experience of the first campaign and a previous success story, I believe there are high changes in getting the funding.
Now I just assume that the cost of the equipment in a campaign is similar to that of the previous campaign, resulting in a UNO not so economical. Perhaps the price of UNO is superior to Zoom G5n (Zoom's top line equipment with a cost of $ 300).
In my view, disclose as "a powerful multistomp" (like Zoom MS-50g) would be more attractive. However, MS-50g has a cost of $99.99