Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.



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Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby noisepunk » Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:07 pm

I think it would be a good idea to get a kind of master list going of pedals that either sound awesome, aweful, or don't do anything, with the utter stutter and chk chk boom.

Here's my first contribution:

Subdecay Noise Box: Good, I forget what sounds I got out of it, (it's been unplugged for a couple weeks), but as you can imagine it was very sensitive pretty crazy.

Malekko Ekko 616: Pretty standard, makes spaceship esque feedback.

Ibanez PH7: Surprisingly does nothing on it's own (low output maybe?) makes chirpy noises with the 616 also running.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby bob the r0bot » Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:21 pm

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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Mon Feb 14, 2011 2:21 pm

this is a great idea, may I add that sometimes a pedal won't do anything alone but will add something to the mix if in the right combination.

moving forward these always do cool stuff alone:

Boss PS-2
Boss PS-5
Boss Me-10
Boss Metal Zone - Tuneable Square Wave oscillator

Digitech Digidelay
Digitech RP-50
Digitech RP-3
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Astricii » Tue Feb 15, 2011 5:58 pm

Ibanez CF7 & AW7
CFZ does low subzzz or siren noises AW7 does Ice Pick in your ear squeals
Boss DD-6 does fun distorty repeats till it's just a wall of noise

Devi Ever OK nada nada nada
DBA Super Sonic Fuzz Gun, Nada
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Tue Feb 15, 2011 8:52 pm

you know what would be good? you tube videos for all of these!

you'd have to show your amp and guitar because pick up impedance affect everthing, try the ccb with out an input plugged in and see for yourself.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby warwick.hoy » Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:47 pm

Butting in a little here.

I realize that feedback loops are all about experimentation. My first intuition when I got an Utter Stutter was to put my whole board into the loop. Reading the few replies in the thread makes me wonder if I'm using my US to it's fullest potential by doing so.

Since there are and are not pedals that "like" feedback loops is there any detriment to having an entire board going into the US' loop even if those pedals are bypassed when the US is in operation.

For reference here is my setup:

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I've got a compressor I want to work into this chain as well.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby lawrence scaduto » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:21 pm

warwick.hoy wrote:Butting in a little here.

I realize that feedback loops are all about experimentation. My first intuition when I got an Utter Stutter was to put my whole board into the loop. Reading the few replies in the thread makes me wonder if I'm using my US to it's fullest potential by doing so.

Since there are and are not pedals that "like" feedback loops is there any detriment to having an entire board going into the US' loop even if those pedals are bypassed when the US is in operation.

I've got a compressor I want to work into this chain as well.


the only detriment i would see is not trying every combo of every pedal.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Eric! » Thu Feb 24, 2011 8:45 am

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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby magnus02 » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:49 pm

clari(not) is unreal... use the volume knob on your guitar and let the fun begin...

Delay, as mentioned, gets you lots of just little spacey undertones which sometimes get lost in the noise

it's been while... i need to try my pedals out again... unfortunately sold too many of em but i want to get the goatkeeper back in there again
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby oldangelmidnight » Sat Mar 05, 2011 10:24 am

EHX Holy Stain makes great sounds. Especially the pitch shift.
Marshall Regenerator doesn't do anything.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby darthbatman » Thu Mar 10, 2011 8:24 pm

magnus02 wrote:clari(not) is unreal... use the volume knob on your guitar and let the fun begin...

Is that the midfi clari*not into the utter stutter or the chk chk boom? jw
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Toonster » Thu Mar 10, 2011 9:15 pm

Well this topic is about feedback loops in general, I think that it may work with both.. They might react different..
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby midi_in » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:57 pm

my CCB does not like the behringer echo machine it makes a sorta studdering rising siren sound very high pitched. it makes my DOD stereo flanger oscillate nicely but doesnt do anything but. my soundwave breakdown screeches(which is very cool IMO). It does like my Behringer vintage delay very much. the swells are very good. except i dont like that pedal very much on its own! all digital distortions ive tried are balls(figured as much)

Ill put some more as i try more pedals with it.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby theactionindex » Fri Mar 11, 2011 5:38 pm

I just got mine in the mail :joy: .

SS/BS 4545 - AMAZING
EA SuperCollider - tuneable self oscillation via volume knob, pickup selector.
EHX Deluxe Memory Boy - controllable self oscillation, also via the volume knob.
SS/BS TAFM - weird starved tremolo sounds.
Dr. Sci Cosmichorus - everything sounds awesome via everything.
Malekko Phaser - high pitched feedback that followed the phase sweep.
Blackarts Pharaoh - same as SuperCollider.

Dwarfcraft TGD - nothing
FH Phantom Octave - nothing
Holiest Grail - uncontrollable ear piercing feedback...honestly, not the good kind.
Empress Tremolo - ear piercing feedback but just through a trem. once again, not the good kind.

So far my favorite has been the 4545 in the CCB. SOOOOOOOOO Fucked.
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Re: Pedals that your feedback loops like and don't like.

Postby Eric! » Fri Mar 11, 2011 5:44 pm

theactionindex wrote:I just got mine in the mail :joy: .

SS/BS 4545 - AMAZING

So far my favorite has been the 4545 in the CCB. SOOOOOOOOO Fucked.


Dammit. Now I HAVE to get one..
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