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Devi Ever PEEP Expression Guitar Effects Pedal
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The PEEP Photo Eye Expression Pedal from Devi Ever lets you create special effects with your expression pedals. PEEP lets you control your expression...Click To Read More About This Product
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Create new special effects with your expression pedals.
The PEEP Photo Eye Expression Pedal from Devi Ever lets you create special effects with your expression pedals. PEEP lets you control your expression pedal using photo eye technology. Simply plug in PEEP pedal in the signal chain with your expression pedal using standard instrument cables (stereo or mono depending on the situation) and place your feet or hand in the light beam to control the effect. Experiment by tweaking the pedal's controls to get the most out of the PEEP. For instant, you can use PEEP to control the sweep, rate, depth of a flanger. The PEEP works with many variety of expression pedal inputs. (Graphics may vary).
- Lets you control effects parameters to create unique special effects
- Operates using standard instrument cables
- Uses photo eye technology
- Works with many variety of expression pedal inputs
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I've been building these things for almost a decade and you can get the parts at Radio Shack of Fry's Electronics for a few bucks. The most expensive part is the case, which is bulky anyway. If you're going to use this with your guitar, I suggest not putting it in a bulky case like this when you can either integrate it into your guitar, or use a slimmer, smaller case.There's nothing complex going on here, it's simply a photocell (photoresistor) soldered to a 1/4" jack. There may or may not be an added resistor to match the appropriate resistance required for standard effects control, but that should be variable so you can adjust accordingly. Along the same lines, having a regular potentiometer on this thing (it's certainly big enough for it) would allow users to dial in control for the space they're using it in.Bottom line: this works ok, but isn't flexible, it's too bulky and way overpriced. If you're really interested in something like this, it's much easier to build yourself or have a friend help you with.