Digitech FreqOut

Effect Pedal for Electric Guitar

  • Feedback generator
  • Produces natural feedback at any volume with or without distortion
  • 7 Types of harmonic feedback
  • True Bypass
  • Controls for Onset and Gain
  • 7-Way Type dial to select between 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, Nat Low, Nat Hi and Sub feedback modes
  • Momentary toggle switch to switch the foot switch from latching to momentary mode
  • Dry toggle switch to turn the dry signal on / off
  • Bypass foot switch
  • 6.3 mm Mono blades in / out
  • Status LEDs
  • Metal casing
  • Power supply via 9 V DC power supply (2.1 x 5.5 mm hollow plug, polarity: (-) inside, not included)
  • Current consumption: 235 mA
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 121 x 73 x 45 mm
  • Weight: 370 g

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The best to, close to the real thing! With a touch of ' more ' in it!
Red Baroness , 12.05.2019
Yes, it does it!
Controlled, selected and as you wish it feedback!
Is it the real thing? Not exactly! But truly, with some bit of tweaking you'll be amazed by this pedal!
Because, it is a one of a kind special effect that has its place among the wild and unusual worth talking about. And mainly playing with!
I'd say, I knew what I was going for, even before buying it and trying it!
And it is up to my expectation and already, after a short time use, a notch above.
So, are we talking feed-backing as the ones you can achieve 'naturally'? No, but choosing frequencies is an awesome addition to it and being able to include this with the other effects seems to be alike you get a new set of similar pedals , each of them giving in conjunction a special feel that they wouln't, even if played on together without the FreqOut.
The pedal is build to last. The knobs are not in metal, so, it is not indestructible. But I never destroyed a pedal, so I'd say: 'don't worry about this!'
The size of the pedal is quite compact and I expected it bigger. So, for big footed people, to find that switch and stomp on it without touching the control knobs may be a bit tricky But as with everything, practice makes perfect. And since the knobs are small, you have a lot of changes happening by moving them ever slightly. Small knobs may be a bit difficult for bigger fingers but definitely not as bad as some mini effects with those micro controls.
I am also delighted to be able to use the effect in 100% wet , you can play with it in a way that reminds me of playing with an e-bow.
Quite nice indeed, as the there is no need for that cumbersome item that I have not enjoyed using in the past. Especially that you can pick strings, not like an e-bow, which is difficult to use at playing many strings with.
It would be a very fine touch to add to your extra guitar tracks in recordings.
To be able to see the development of the feed-back with the LED feedback indicator is truly a much appreciated addition that will help and support the way you select the range (gain, onset) which, when playing, gives you a visual lead clue on the way it responds. As if, a visual metronome.
Without it, I'd say, it would have been a great miss.
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Will you feel good with this addition to your gear?
YES! I recommend it! And wish you a lot of fun, for an affordable very special pedal.
I have used it with some other instruments and could imagine adding it to my synths too.
Little detail! No battery use possible with it! But, it is nowadays more common with new tech.
Cheers!
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Robert814, 21.12.2018
This is a weird one - in many ways ! First off - I put this on my pedalboard in place of a compressor / sustain (only ever used in sustain mode). Nothing happened - it didn't even light up any LED's no matter how much I tried pressing the button ! Have I got a dud ? - THINK ! - read the spec. - this requires 235mA of current at 9V. I checked the power leads back from my power supply (now THAT isn't lacking in current !) and found I was only giving it 100mA - far too little. - Just swapped over to an output giving 250mA - I could have used one of the 400mA outputs just as easily. Now everything was working fine. Don't return your pedal - Check your power is sufficient first !
This didn't really sound much like feedback to me - and it ONLY appears to work on single notes ! - If you play chords it latches on to the lowest bass note and creates harmonics from that. (looks like the same processing algorithm used in the Vocal Harmony effect !), Fine for soloing, but can be rather strange if you hit chords. The online demos appear to emphasise the non-latching mode a lot and it works well in this mode.
The low octave is particularly unususal and sounds very smooth, - almost a pure sine wave. This is the cleanest sub-octave I have ever encountered! - but only monophonic !
On a bass guitar this effect is in a class of its own and you need speakers that can handle it.
All the sounds are quite pleasant and musical - just not really "Proper" traditional sustain or feedback. Considering the price, I can't really complain, and this is an unusual, but musical effect. -
One or two part harmony, but adapted for guitar. It really ISN'T a sustain sound - its a SYNTH !
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