#1
I was just messing around on my guitar using a chorus pedal when I got tired of it and used a drive pedal. But I had forgot to put batteries in the pedal and when I turned it on(well not exactly on, the LED was off) it did a chorus effect. While off it seemed to kill the signal. I'm not really concerned about the pedal but I would like to know what exactly happened. Any hints/guesses?
#2
dude, that's just weird

did it happen just for a couple of seconds?
Whats ur amp? maybe it has memory?


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#3
^

No it happened every single time i turned it on but now that you mention it I was using a line 6........
#4
then maybe the problem it's in the amp. The moddeling amps have a certain "memory" to have time to process the signal. Maybe
#5
The pedal is probably not true bypass, and the fact that the battery was so low would have caused it to not let signal through when off.
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#7
It was a message from God. "Use the Chorus my son... Use it or I shall use you."
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