... or is this a normal product of analog delay? Just got mine today, and it's my first delay pedal of any kind. (Also, this is my first post; long time reader, first time poster) When I set my delay short (like say less than 9 or 10 o'clock) for slapback delay, and then turn the regen up (say, past 11 or noon), after a handful of regens, I start getting a loud, and increasingly LOUDER, feedback noise. I can best describe the feedback noise as cicadas chirping (radioactively mutated cicadas). It'll get extremely loud, unless I roll the regen knob back to 0, at which point the noise goes away. If I set delay past high-noon, I don't get this problem, but with the delay set anywhere shorter than noon, turning regen up produces this noise. Is that normal analog delay behavior? If so, I can't imagine why you'd want that. Basically, I can't set my delay short and my regen high without it producing this,basically unbearable, noise. For instance, if I use the settings recommended for slapback in the owner's manual, I get the noise. Any insight? Anyone else have this with their CC?