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****PLEASE WATCH THE DEMO VIDEO! It's important to understand how this effect works.**** The "Sabo-Tabby" functions exactly the same as the Bad Kitty Feedback Looper V1, but has different enclosure artwork and LED configuration.


This utility pedal glows in the dark and is actually two pedals in one.  First it's a true bypass effects looper, which has several uses.  It can be used to reduce pedal switching by putting multiple pedals in the loop, then all can be activated  with one click of the switch; no more dancing around to activate multiple pedals before your big solo.  It can also be used to cut tone sucking pedals out of your chain when the effect is not needed, transform your buffered pedals to true bypass, cut out noisy pedals to preserve tone, or turn groups of pedals on/off with one stomp. 


The second use is an effect that's experimental, it's a feedback looper, meaning it feeds the effect in your loop back into itself.  The left footswitch engages the bypass loop. When Sabo-Tabby is good the LED illuminates green to let you know the loop is active. The footswitch on the right is momentary and holding it down engages the feedback effect.  Sabo-Tabby's LED turns red when in feedback mode.  The intensity knob controls the amount of feedback, but it's a little weird since sometimes you get more effect with the knob turned down instead of up and vice versa. 


Depending on the effect engaged you can get all kinds of crazy sounds, from screeching and barking noises, police and air raid sirens, whales humping, UFO landing, theremin and synthesizer sounds, etc .  It can also mellow out to create a half-cocked wah pedal sound or just some cool background noise.  Some effects pedals do not nothing at all or nothing interesting at least.  However many pedals are totally transformed into something wild and fun.  If experimentation is a part of your sound you'll love this effect.  It's one of my favorite pedals on my board right now and I like dialing in all kinds of weird and unique sounds.  Some sounds are musical and others are out of this world.  An open mind and a fearless spirit are required to tame the Sabo-Tabby.  You'll have to check out my demo video to get an understanding of how this pedal operates. 


This pedal is passive meaning it doesn't require power to function.  The 9v DC center-negative jack only powers the LEDs (power supply not included).  Both footswitches are rated for 50,000 stomps!


The black cat artwork is the logo and unofficial mascot of the Industrial Workers of The World (IWW).  This bad kitty is know as the "Sabo-Tabby" and symbolized worker sabotage, meaning a collective withdrawal of efficiency by workers at the point of production.


UDV logo and graphic design are copyright of UDV Pedals LLC.

Sabo-Tabby Feedback Looper V4

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    • Enclosure dimensions: 122mm x 66mm x 39.5mm
    • Tough die-cast aluminum enclosure with durable powder coating.
    • Durable footswitchs rated for 50,000 stomps!
    • Heavy 22 gauge stranded wire.  The thicker stranded wire makes for solid electrical connections that are much harder to break through vibration and shock.
    • Nutrik 1/4" I/O mono jacks.  These hi-quality jacks maintain great contact and grip on your guitar cable.
    • Lead-free solder helps protect environment and human health.  
    • LEDs powered by 9vDC center-negative jack
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