muttlegs wrote:I would love to see a better pic and hear more about how it works. It looks great. Respect to your aesthetic and building skillz!
Ask and ye shall receive! It is a HANDY tool. It's also pretty neat if you're kind of lazy about trying different orders of pedals. Instead of muting/ turning off your amp you can just hook 'em in and swap them back and forth to see what you like. I REALLY dig it.
So, there is a set of SEND and a set of RECEIVE. Send/ Receive 1 is the first effect or line of effects, S/R 2 is the second. You simply push the button and it "flip flops" your order via a switch instead of moving the pedal after the other - whichever placement is indicated by each LED, so one is on all the time. It's especially handy if you like how a pedal sounds both before and after another, or if you want to get a differing sound after a chain of effects. Loopmaster sells something exactly the same called "Effect Sequence Reverser". After just now doing a google search I guess beavisaudio is up for renewal? Sad. They had the best, simplest layouts.