I'm reluctant to mention this pedal as it is a stealth secret weapon. I'm sure many like myself have struggled, particularly in the studio, to coax that magic feedback out. Often, when recording... even getting up in the monitors or by the cab, I'm just not using the gain, or I'm direct in and not at the volume or proximity of any speaker reflections etc to get feedback, also.. if I'm using other effects like a bit of flange modulation it really messes with the ability to get feedback. So this solves that problem by giving me a range of options for natural controlled or even unstable feedback, in intervals from suboctave to piercing, and I can make it sound natural or deliberate like a stationary whammy pedal at an interval. It's really very useful in many ways. And even using the Kemper and noise gates, solid state power.. this gives me easy access to breeding edge hot rodded pushed Marshall etc easily in a live setting. It's one of the coolest pedals with so many ways to use it in the studio and live. I reserve it for special moments, of sometimes use it low in the mix to trail sustaining chords with a singing interval. It's good to add a bell/ring hi octave sparkle to leads. So it's fuel for your imagination and keeps me away from keyboards on my guitar-centric recordings to get pad and string effects, too! Don't tell anyone!!!! It's all coaxed out of the guitar and amp, we are purists, right? Sometimes in today's digital and often sterile music world of very controlled sounds we need a little help. This is it! Hendrix would have loved it!