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

PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:47 am
by More_Divebombs
Received my CCB at the weekend. It looks great, and is just awesome fun.

The only pedal I own which doesn't react with the CCB at all is my Raygun FX Beef Box fuzz. Just a standard nano-sized single knob fuzz, but it does nothing. even when I try and group it with other pedals, it just completely mutes the signal. Other than that, I've been having a blast with:

Boss HR-2 Harmonist (arpeggio harmonics, Rainbow Machine style!)
Aria Phaser (Cheapo, but howls like a car alarm!)
Nux Time Core (Budget chinese delay, but a very good pedal. Amazing decaying repeats!)
Any EQ pedal (Tweakable synth drones!)
Pignose Detonator (BROWN SOUND!)

All my dirt boxes just make it scream and drone. Really fun. It is the start and end of my chain, and I have my whole board going through it.

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

PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:24 am
by lawrence scaduto
More_Divebombs wrote:Received my CCB at the weekend. It looks great, and is just awesome fun.

The only pedal I own which doesn't react with the CCB at all is my Raygun FX Beef Box fuzz. Just a standard nano-sized single knob fuzz, but it does nothing. even when I try and group it with other pedals, it just completely mutes the signal. Other than that, I've been having a blast with:

Boss HR-2 Harmonist (arpeggio harmonics, Rainbow Machine style!)
Aria Phaser (Cheapo, but howls like a car alarm!)
Nux Time Core (Budget chinese delay, but a very good pedal. Amazing decaying repeats!)
Any EQ pedal (Tweakable synth drones!)
Pignose Detonator (BROWN SOUND!)

All my dirt boxes just make it scream and drone. Really fun. It is the start and end of my chain, and I have my whole board going through it.



i'd love to hear a sound sample of the HR-2

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

PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:34 pm
by More_Divebombs
I'll get something recorded this weekend and up it to Soundcloud :)

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

PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2013 9:48 am
by More_Divebombs
Here's a little clip of the HR-2 Harmonist and the Chk Chk Boom playing together. No other effect in the loop. Added a bit of reverb post-recording.

It sounds like when shit gets serious in Scooby Doo.


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

PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2013 11:13 am
by Achtane
More_Divebombs wrote:Here's a little clip of the HR-2 Harmonist and the Chk Chk Boom playing together. No other effect in the loop. Added a bit of reverb post-recording.

It sounds like when shit gets serious in Scooby Doo.



:lol: HR-2 turns into a Rainbow Machine :erm:

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

PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 7:00 pm
by lawrence scaduto
More_Divebombs wrote:Here's a little clip of the HR-2 Harmonist and the Chk Chk Boom playing together. No other effect in the loop. Added a bit of reverb post-recording.

It sounds like when shit gets serious in Scooby Doo.



I just love that sound. I can listen to it all day.

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

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2015 10:14 pm
by noisepunk
Ibanez PH7 -> MXR Carbon Copy -> Subdecay Spring Theory

The self-ocilating delay and phaser come through pretty strong, but it also almost sounds like a reverse delay (or reverse reverb, I guess)- so it's kind of like those three effects layered on top of each other (I'll try and do a demo of some sort).

Unfortunately, something in my chain is preventing the Carbon Copy from doing anything on it's own (or maybe it's just the carbon copy- I haven't actually tried making it work by itself), the PH7 still does't do anything on it's own, and the spring theory just makes some nice controlled feedback- cool, but not especially interesting.

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

PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2015 7:15 pm
by Eric!
Industrialectric RM-1N into Boomerang Plus into mini Gnomeratron. Rang plus in reverse lead or delay mode do SO WELL in a CCB, as does Gnomy. RM is tricky cuz has a FUCK TON of gain but still is awesome.

Reverse lead mode feedbacking: forward>back>forward>back and on and on getting more lo-fi due to sampling rates. OH BABY.