On 7/22/64 11:59 AM, mark francombe wrote: > Im interested in knowing how it achieves such a short loop without the > associated buzz, because on the demos Ive seen I cant hear the > badabadabada of a loop at all, so it must just be a tiny blip, but > then one tends to get that electronic ringing.... (which is obviously > cool) but what does this do to avoid that? Not sure how it works, but it's really amazing. Chris was able to bring one out for me to try out this past week so I had a couple of hours with it. it has three modes short, long and latch in short and long, the button is a momentary switch and will only hold a note as long as you hold the button down. short makes the 'droned' note come on very quickly and go away instantaneously when you let off long let's the 'droned' note have a slightly slower Attack and then you can set a nicely musical release when you let off..........this release continues even when you are starting to 'drone' another part of whatever you are playing. You can preset short and long mode attack and release rates when the pedal is powered down but not during the middle of a performance. the latch mode is very hip.........everytime you hit a note it drones the note so you never hit the switch and then have to hit it again to make it stop in order to continue on with your droning fun. I was able to do very hip solos, freezing notes again. If you suddenly stop playing and hit the button again, it actually loops the 'silence' and if you listen carefully, the unit is making a loop of the noise. I'm with Matt though, as soon as I can afford one, I'm going to be using it with all kinds of noise sources and probably not so much guitar. I was able to make some very hip 'drones' by using a Floyd Rose tremelo on my fretless Strat go all the way down to complete d-tune..........very hip noise drone from that technique. This is a very cool and musical tool, imho. I'm trying to sell some gear to buy one as we speak. Anyone want to buy a Gibson EDP fully tricked out with a footpedal? A vintage (and expensive first generation Red Whammy pedal)? A vintage and expensive Roland TR808? A vintage first ever Roland Guitar Synth (minus the proprietary cable and the synth) quite hip because it has an octaphonic pickup on it that could be converted for some cool stuff. I'll let this one go pretty cheap (with the cable it'd be a grand) lol........they are for sale, theyr'e just pricey.