Got my BeatBuddy yesterday after almost one year of anxiously waiting. I plugged everything in and it seemed to work fine until I realized that whenever the BeatBuddy is plugged on my singal in and turned on, it makes 2 of pedals pop very loudly upon switching them on and off.
The BeatBuddy is connected directly to my guitar amp in mono. It’s connected into my Effects Loop and it’s the last pedal in the chain.
My pedal signal chain is: Guitar > [FRONT:] Fuzz > OD [FX LOOP:] Delay > Reverb > Looper > Beatbuddy > Amp.
When the BeatBuddy is in the chain, upon switching on and off the Looper and Reverb (the two pedals closest to the BeatBuddy in the chain) they pop very loudly. Much louder than the pop when switching channels from a amp’s footswitch, for example.
The BeatBuddy is connected using the power adapter included in the package and I tried running it in 4 different outlets in several spots in my house, and the problem remains literally the same. Plugging/unplugging the BeatBuddy’s footswitch has no effect whatsoever in the problem.
As soon as I remove the BeatBuddy from my chain the problem disappears and my pedals don’t pop anymore.
Any help? I love the BeatBuddy and it’s by far the most expensive pedal I have ever bought, but this problem renders two of my other pedals basically useless in any practical scenario, which actually renders the BeatBuddy useless to me.
I appreciate any help.