In the comment thread, Scott Hansen/Tycho says: > it's an innovative pedal and i've never heard anything quite like it. the price is steep but then again i paid $500 for my Ursa Major STS-282 back when i bought it and it's become an indispensable part of my fx chain (and is now worth considerably more than that). as with most gear it's all subjective, that's a lot for a pedal but if it inspires you then it may be worth it, try one out first. if you're on a budget and getting this would stop you from getting a more crucial piece of hardware like an interface or preamp, then no its probably not worth it. also a bummer it's not stereo for that price.more
The Infinite Jets is my desert island pedal. I've always looked for a pedal that can make my guitar into something other than a guitar and the Infinite Jets delivers on that. From the choppy, stuttering leads and chords of Glitch B to the hazy, warbly tones of Blur. This pedal turns my guitar into an orchestra with only a few notes. I've always been a big fan of guitarists like Christian Fennesz who marry their effect pedals with digital processing to make something as basic as a guitar sound like a whole other instrument. It's such an innovative and inspiring pedal that I recommend any ambient guitarist and/or sound artist to buy it.