#1
What would happen if I split a pedals signal, and ran it back through itself? For example, if a pedal has two inputs and two outputs, I run the guitar into Input 1, and Output 1 to the amp, and then run Output 2 back into Input 2, what would happen??

Heres a diagram I made on paint.

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#4
you would get dain bramage.
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#6
Quote by orion91
seriously...

Seriously...

Edit: i dont see any point in this.
the on off switch would turn it on and off.


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#8
lol, thats a good question though; there's one way to find out though (try it)

I mean, what's the worst that could happen?...
Rolling it back, keeping it simple.

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I mean, what's the worst that could happen?...


he could get EVEN MORE dain bramage!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#11
I was thinking a chorus

I figured it would just be like have 2 pedals in one...

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Last edited by orion91 at Aug 21, 2008,
#12
well, seeing as the chorus affects the signal going through it, i think it would just multiply the signal over and over again, creating mass feedback or something like that...
Rolling it back, keeping it simple.

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#13
Quote by orion91
I figured it would just be like have 2 pedals in one...


No, it wouldn't because the signal would keep on being affected over and over and over... again. (i think)
Rolling it back, keeping it simple.

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#14
ah ok i see wat ur sayin. I never thought of that..

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#16
That's how pedals get ruined.

Something cool that I recently tried: Get a distortion pedal and plug headphones into the output. You can hear yourself playing, just like a quiet mini-amp. I figured that since a dirtbox just amplifies a signal then clips the waveform, it could amplify it just enough to be heard with headphones instead of an amp. Sure enough, I was right.
#17
Yea I may buy a cheap chorus or sumthin just to **** with, and try it.

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