According to BilT, the looper pedals are powered by a stereo cable running through a custom-made power supply. One wire is for audio signals while the other provides the Blooper with juice.
The benefit of having the Blooper onboard is that you can easily tweak sounds without having to bend down and fiddle with a pedalboard.
The Chase Bliss Blooper launched back in 2019 and has been a hit with guitarists and electronic musicians alike, thanks to its colourful take on layered looping. The pedal offers an array of modifiers that dramatically affect pitch, speed and tone. It also provides effects that easily take signals into wobbly lo-fi territory or pull off psychedelic reverse-signal soundscapes.
Meanwhile, the Revelator is a premium offset that draws from the designs of the Fender Jaguar and Jazzmaster. Each is built by hand in Des Moines, Iowa and can be customised. In fact, the Revelator + Blooper isn’t the first of its make to feature onboard effects: one variant listed on BilT’s website comes with a fuzz and MXR Carbon Copy Delay built in.
If you’re interested in picking up one of the custom Revelator + Blooper guitars, you’ll have to reach out to BilT via their social handles. Here’s a link to the brand’s Instagram page.
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