Your shoulder triggers may just be two of the most important buttons on the GameCube controller. Whether it is to power shield a Samus charge-shot, wave-dashing to land that Up Smash, or Air Dodging at the perfect moment to punish, proper use of the shoulder triggers in Super Smash Bros. can make or break you at the competitive level.
A well-known modification for these shoulder triggerss is to shorten the amount of time required to initiate the input. This creates an almost immediate input for the light shield when pulling the trigger lightly, while a quick long pull of the trigger will activate the hard-shield. Previously this modification has been done with, among other things, rolled pieces of hard plastic or a small wooden dowel.
Enter the Trigger Plug.
A resin-printed cylindrical stopper that allows players to enhance their controllers with ease and convenience. The Trigger Plug can be installed in under a minute with practiced hands and perfectly fits inside of the trigger's center.
We will be offering this modification on our builder as the Beaver-Select Triggers. This name comes from the single-selective trigger mechanisms commonly found in double-barrel shotguns, wherein one of two inputs can be chosen via one trigger input.