We are always grateful when video demos of guitar pedals feature really cool parts (preferably original ones): we feel like that does a great service to the demoed stompbox while making the experience of watching the video a lot more enjoyable.
Newbury Park, CA's boutique stompbox manufacturer Wren and Cuff
has built a super solid reputation throughout the years, in particular for their distortion pedals (in particular through very popular Muff recreations). Their latest creation, called Sonder
, sees them tackling for the first time the modulation realm.
will be unveiling their brand new synth Monologue
at our upcoming Brooklyn Synth Expo
on November 12/13 at Main Drag Music.
As you may have gathered, this is a mono analog synthesizer, presented by the Japanese manufacturers as "the next-generation monophonic synthesizer that shares the spirit...
Crazy Tube Circuits
has perfected the art of marrying the analog and digital worlds to create some of the most versatile and innovative guitar pedals that exist on the flooded boutique market today.
The Splash Reverb Mk3
continues this tradition with three settings, each...
Caroline Guitar Company
is announcing a few changes to their popular Kilobyte delay pedal. The most notable of which is the introduction of an external trimpot for the modulation effect of the unit. Some boutique pedal purists may...
is a cool company I stumbled accross recently. They specialize in both boutique guitar pedals as well as Eurorack format modular synthesizer modules. Their pedals feature elaborate artwork and tons of knobs. With pedals such as the Wow and Flutter
Working with audio ‘in the box’ provides little room for pushing past the boundaries of your device. Once you reach the upper limit of your digital gear, there’s no going any further. However, when you overdrive analog gear, the result can be very different – tube saturation, pleasing even-order harmonics, warmth and character. SoundToys aims...