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I tested it in first of my signal chain, second to my drive/boost, in the fx loop. I left it at the very first position because it's where I fell it acts more naturally, feed-backing straight into my Brothers makes it sound really authentic. Playing clean gives you kind of a soft"flutie" synth tone, and while it's not that natural you can make some pretty interesting sounds with it, I'm enjoying it at low gain and fast attack with some delay. The natural-low mode is cool if you're playing a minor tune since it avoids major thirds. Has it's learning curve, but once you get acquainted with it, it's pretty useful and sound really well. Love the LED's! Put some dirt after it and you're ready to rock n'roll with really authentic sounding feedback. It doesn't get 5 stars because there is no way to smoothly fade out the feedback, sometimes it just drops dead and it's a bit tricky to get a hang of it. If you use a boost or compressor I would recommend placing it before the Freqout, as it will make the feedback more stable.
New type of effect, highly recommended
This pedal already won several prizes for a reason. It is a brand new effect, a breakthrough, and no chineze maker still haven't copied it yet. Apart from creating feedback without amplifier (useful when recording direct) you can cook many different strange sounds that you cannot make in any other way. Durable and relatively easy to use, but it takes a whole lot of learning how to play with this pedal as it's not a straightforward effect. In short - go and get it, it worth the money.
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Feedback Creation Effects Pedal