Inspired by Roger Grant's idea to mimic loss of FM radio signal through the use of a simplified modulator/demodulator scheme, Roger That is a bit of an odd-ball pedal - possibly the most experimental and unique device we've produced to date.
"The Fairfield Circuitry Roger That is a unique signal degradation device that (at least in terms of guitar) lives somewhere between distortion, fuzz, and the crackling white noise static of an old transistor radio. It can be tuned for subtle artifacts, extreme textures, or anything in between, and produces compelling results with virtually any input signal. Its Shift and Tune controls are mutually dependent and highly interactive - tune is like the dial on a radio receiver, sweeping through a wide spectrum of possible sounds (this can be controlled remotely via CV). Shift alters the accuracy of tracking for the incoming modulated signal. The extreme sensitivity and interactivity of these controls makes the Fairfield Roger That a playground for sonic deviance."