Delay pedal problem

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by KeLynne, Feb 14, 2015.

  1. KeLynne

    KeLynne Member

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    Hey guys, have some problems with my flashback. It along with the timefactor are in the fx loop of my amp. They're the only ones not in the loop switcher. The timefactor is the only one being controlled via midi at this time as I haven't yet mapped the flashback. Anyways, since it isn't hooked up via midi, I figured I could still use the looper but when I flick the switch, I get absolutely no signal. I know the looper doesn't work when connected via midi but if it isn't hooked up, why wouldn't the looper work? Please help me out, this issue has been baffling me for the last few days and I'm bummed that I can't use my looper. [​IMG]
     
  2. KeLynne

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    Bump. Hoping someone may have an idea about this.
     
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    And it works now, strange. This pedal is wonky.
     
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    Internal dipswitches....
    Isn't there one for "kill dry"?

    If that's on that could be the issue.

    Edit: Just saw you said it works now.
    Weirdness.
     
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    Yeah it wasn't the dip switch. Don't know what it was. As much as I like this pedal, it seems kind of unreliable. I've had it malfunction during gigs and practice. Then it stopped all of a sudden. Now this... I'm probably gonna get rid of it pretty soon here.
     

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