FAQ

What does the +/- switch next to the frequency knob do?
This reverses the phase of the HI input. This is useful for phase-inverting pedals, particularly some vintage and boutique drive pedals. The "+" p...
Wed, 19 Jun, 2019 at 9:55 AM
Can I use Sugar Britches as just a crossover?
Yes. If you don't plug anything into the HI jack, the signal will be split with lows going to OUT and highs going to SEND. It's a pretty big p...
Mon, 20 Jul, 2020 at 10:23 AM
I'm looking for something to use on bass with distortion so that I can split the signal to keep the lows clean and only distort the high.
This is the main thing Sugar Britches was designed for! All the other uses are just bonus.
Mon, 22 Jul, 2019 at 4:26 PM
Is there capability to have it in use only when needed?
Yes. The switch is a simple hard-wired bypass. When in bypass mode, the input is directly connected to the output and isolated from the loop. There is no fu...
Mon, 22 Jul, 2019 at 4:30 PM
Do you have estimated values of the frequencies of the freq knob?
At 12:00 the frequency is ~450Hz, minimum is ~76, and max is ~1750. The values between scale almost-logarithmically, so at about 9:30 you're at about 2...
Fri, 15 May, 2020 at 12:15 PM
Is it possible to create a three-band crossover pedal?
A three-band crossover is, generally, just two two-band crossovers in series. The first crossover splits the bass from the mids and highs, then the mids-and...
Mon, 20 Jul, 2020 at 10:22 AM