I think 'frozen' is the right word- like a computer screen, only in this case stuck in a delay going round and round. Unplugging and replugging the M9 ( ie re-booting it) worked to get rid.
Or, possibly, I trod on the looper? Mebbe?If I was looping a delay then it would sound the same?
And trying to sort it out mid set of course...:(
Although it does sounds like you accidentally triggered the looper.
Other than that how are you getting on with it?
Originally Posted by Not_the_DJ
Yeh, good I think. I have just been using one scene with the band but have a second one raring to go come the day we learn the new songs we threaten to and a third one for my own noodling.Fairly modest use really. My only problem is that it needs to be plugged into an amp( !) to work out how everything sounds.Now, this was the same with individual pedals of course but I actually rarely have an amp fired up outside of gigs or rehearsals. However, if nothing else everything is a lot cleaner/less hissy than I had before. I can induce some noises using single coils but it is definitely that ( my pawn shop has a bucker at the bridge, single coil at the neck).
We did Mirror in the Bathroom tonight and I just use a phaser on the M9 ( can't remember which one) and that sounds really great.
EDIT: actually wore shoes for the gig rather than boots but I've still got pretty big feet and am starting to think it was the looper but I couldn't really figure that out in the gap between one song and another and had to get rid of a very intrusive delay.
I have these shoes:
Clearly these guilty feet have got no rhythm...