| br>I just got one of these second hand, and I'm pleased as punch with it. Anyone else got one? It feels like it ought to be a bit culty...
Apart from being a basic digital delay pedal for not much cash, it seems to have a load of vaguely quirky features that must have been pretty useless for the 90s bedroom guitarists that it was presumably targeted at, but which are actually kind-of great for knob-mashing noise weirdos. So far I've found that:
* The looper mode is good for weird short stuttery loops.
* In most modes, changing the delay time tries to avoid changing pitch, but actually produces glitches instead.
* The lowest delay times are good for basic Karplus-Strong resonation.
* Diming the repeats knob gives you endless feedback but cuts off the send level, so you can use any delay mode as a looper too. And then tweak the delay times again to glitch up your loops.
* The short delays, infinite feedback and glitchy pitch change things all work in modulated mode as well so you can turn it into a glitchy pitch-modulating oscillator.
* The grey metal box with high impact black printing looks industrial AF.
Any more fans out there? br> br>