This is a pedal format blender expression pedal, the dose level is wet / dry foot.
This is the analog of the tipping system is via an optical controller.
Level of connectivity, there is a IN / OUT, a send / return, a volume knob, a phase reverse switch to a kind boss 9v jack. The pedal can also be powered by a battery compartment is located under the pedal.
The config is very simple, but why on earth have made the switch phase near the battery compartment? I think there would be the place to put it on the base of the pedal (which eats up the passage).
No need for manual.
The sound editing is simple, just turn the volume until the volume of the loop is level with the sound dry.
I use it with a bass, it works fine BUT the pedal travel is not really progressive, roughly 60% of the race sound is dry, 75% of the race sound is well mixed and at the end race was only his wet, sorry and I do not know if this is a fault or if all these models are like that.
I use it for a year, I have not tried other models.
This coupled with a delay pedal or a distortion is really interesting, shame about the phase switch and the pedal travel. The size of the pedal (Morley format) is still much too bulky.
The price / quality ratio is correct although for some this pedal is a little gadget and prefer an LS-2 for example.