This pedal uses an envelope filter. Well, yes, and no. The Lazy Sprocket also filters your instrument's signal envelope. However, instead of using the intensity of the signal envelope to filter different frequency bands across the signal like a Wah-wah , the Lazy Sprocket uses the intensity of the signal envelope to swell volume levels. The one thing that's unusual about the Lazy Sprocket is that it operates in a fashion opposite of most pedals that you might be familiar with.
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It is a Envelope volume swell effect, which means it automatically swells the volume up when it recognizes your pick attack. It is not a reverse delay effect as many people seem to think. This is a fairly easy build. Level of difficulty: 3 of 5 Download the manual to Lazy Sprocket kit. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly.
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Feb 10, 1. Dec 4, Florence, Ma. OK, I'm sure the pigtronix Attack Sustain or the eh micro bass synth are the best of these but, Or are they all a waste of time? Anyone got experience with these?
B.Y.O.C. Lazy Sprocket Pre-built Pedal
Completely hand assembled and wired by me. Painted in a blue sparkle finish with several coats of clear acrylic lacquer for durability. If you are searching for a unique addition to your rig that looks as cool as it sounds, this is the pedal for you! Requires 9 volt DC or battery power battery not included. Buy with confidence! I build, repair and modify guitar effects pedals. My work is clean and correct.
BYOC Lazy Sprocket (Boss SG-1 Slow Gear) Assembled By Alchemy Audio