Fairfield Circuitry 2020 Pedal Prediction?

ctgp

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Crazyquilt

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Will get a Long Life; I've been using as Ottobit Jr primarily for its filter on my Lyra-8. Needless to say, I expect the Long Life will be MUCH more fun. I have to admit, while I understand what a feedback looper does, I don't really understand their usefulness. Anyone want to sell me on an Hors d'Oeuvre?
 

ctgp

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I'm quite sure I'll pass on these but am interested in at least trying the EQ.
 
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Empros

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Will get a Long Life; I've been using as Ottobit Jr primarily for its filter on my Lyra-8. Needless to say, I expect the Long Life will be MUCH more fun. I have to admit, while I understand what a feedback looper does, I don't really understand their usefulness. Anyone want to sell me on an Hors d'Oeuvre?

This demo has some tasteful uses in it. Not really for me, but I can see the usefulness of it.

 

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I’m interested in the filter pedal, seems like it’s a 2 pole LPF with a range from 8Hz - 6kHz. Would be curious how it stacks up against a moog mf-101 and some other lpf pedals?

So far Andy’s was the only demo that demonstrates sweeping it with a fuzz in front, tho he had it set for less of a traditional lpf sound and a bit more Wah type sound.

I’d love to hear someone put some stacked oscillators with a sub-osc in front to hear how open it is, how it clips the input/interacts with the drive, and if it really can close off the whole filter getting down to sub-frequencies or of its still letting signal pass through.
 

ctgp

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They do look good, I think. I also wonder ; does an EQ pedal and does a Looper with these features have to sit in a pedal of this size?
 

Empros

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They do look good, I think. I also wonder ; does an EQ pedal and does a Looper with these features have to sit in a pedal of this size?

1. Life Long looks like a lot more than just an "EQ pedal"...

2. Bigger Enclosure = Better Tone. That's how it works with fuzz. Fairfield knows whats up. It's science.
 

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It was more a question of, "What does it do?" or "Why would I want one?" as well as a chance to use the question mark correctly in context. :beer

It sends the output of a pedal back into itself. I think the other response was fair, if you're into the kinds of sounds a feedback looper can make you'd probably already want it :D Generally they're for making noises, oscillation, walls of sound... that kind of stuff
 




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