Stereo stereo stereo
Your maker gave you two ears so you hear in stereo. This thing is glorious that way. First of all, if the light doesn't come on, then you've double tapped it (the footbswitch is very sensitive) or if you're running it with a battery (it's getting low). Second, load the Sweetwater Dimension M Tone print and then play your repetiore. Inspiration abounds. I mostly bought this pedal because it has the ability to match my Boss pedals with the buffer activation switch inside the back cover and because it's stereo in and out and it's conducive to my pedal board setup. I was using a Boss CE-5 chorus (with mono input) but it negated the stereo effect of the Boss stereo flanger. Then I used a Digitech CR-7 Hardwire Stereo Chorus, but the levels changed when the pedal was activated (because of "true bypass") and although it had good stereo separation it was week on effect. Now I have the best of all worlds. I run into a 69 Super Reverb (left) and a Vox VT 100 Set on the AC50 CP2 setting (right) with a Wazacraft Boss Blues Driver and a Boss Metal Zone in front of the Chorus. I have Strat Customs and a Less Paul Custom and a PRS Custom among others and each of them sounds glorius with this setup. Enjoy with both ears! P.S. Tom Maxwell at Sweetwater Rocks.