A dial on the left controls the speed of the signal breakup, there's a sequencer in the middle to flavor the output, and a depth control to the right
There are two stomps on top – one activates the effect while the other shortcuts to its maximum depth setting, regardless of the position of the depth control
The pedal's job is simply to smash apart the signal according to settings chosen by the player, then let it rip through the amp
The pedal is only active when a foot pushes either switch down, but there's a true bypass switch at the back to completely remove the pedal from the effects chain
The Anti-Effect pedal from Poland's Chaosound imitates electroacoustic track damage for a precision-controlled broken guitar sound
There are an awful lot of guitar effects pedals that massage, tweak, clean, or otherwise enhance the signal from a guitar's pickups before it reaches the amplifier. The Anti-Effect from Poland's Chaosound turns its back on all that goodness and tries its best to destroy the sound instead.
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