What exactly does a Feedback Looper do? Simply put, it creates feedback and the sound is ingurgitated in a vortex of noise. Plug in your delay pedal, a phaser or a fuzz and let the sound noisy awesomeness consume you.
A Feedback Looper is cool, but we made it even better. We added an expression pedal input so you can control the amount of feedback with your feet. But we also added a phase inverter (that also acts as a booster) to inverts the signal phase so you can use this pedal with with pedals that have reverse phase (e.g. some DBA fuzzes have reverse bias transistors layout so they won't produce any feedback with a regular feedback looper).
How It Works
|A feedbacker is essentialy a pedal that creates a loop with your signal and generates feedback. The best pedal to use are delay & reverb pedals but also nice and weird effects can be achieved with fuzz & distortion pedals. A handy phase inverter sweitch on the right side of the pdal helps you when using pedals that invert the signal (think phasers). There is no right or wrong, so we named phase 1 & 2 but is up to you to test it with your own pedal.
||Controls amount of feedback.
|Inverts the signal phase, in case of pedals with pahse inverted.
||Expression pedal input, to control the feedback amount with your feet.
||Connect to your pedal (eg. delay) Input jack
||Connect to your pedal (eg. delay) Output jack
||Plug your guitar here.
||Connect this to your amp.