#2
LOL!! They actually made a feedback pedal? What will they think of next... hopefully something useful. That's pretty funny though. Sorry I'm no help with your question...
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#3
Well, the feedback is pitch controlled by the orientation of your guitar, and as I recall you can maintain the feedback even while playing other things over it. As for the distortion, it's not too bad although I found it a bit nasally and grating, but if you like that sort of tone go for it.
#4
Weren't they discontinued ages ago? I'd love to get my hands on one, seems like something fun to mess around with.
Can't answer your question though, sorry.
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#5
It's been a while since I had this pedal, we'll see how much I can remember. Hold the on/off footswitch down and it sustains the last note you played, which is pretty cool. The distortion isn't anything special, it's basically a DS-1 maybe a bit smoother.
#6
^Do you remember if, when you let go of the footswitch, the note ended smoothly? Like, I've heard that the feedback ends very harshly rather than a fadeout with that pedal.
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#7
I had that pedal maybe 4 or 5 years ago. I used to let the notes sustain and at that time I had a volume pedal in my setup, I'd back off the volume pedal to fade the sustain out. I think it cut the feedback once you let off, but it's been a while so I could be wrong.
#8
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Does anyone have any experience with this pedal? Is the feedback option good, and is the distortion worth anything?


I say its a good pedal as I play lots of tunes from Joe Satriani.
it works good for metal too.

also theres the line6 Dr. distorto that has a sustain circuit on it.
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#9
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