The Evil Filter
from Death By Audio
, like all DBA pedals, is weird, unpredictable and undeniably cool. Despite just being a fuzz and a filter, it’s unlike any other fuzz by any other company.
I had a friend in high school who would just buy some records (from the equivalent of the $1 bin) for their covers. Even though I've never done anything like that, this idea has been slowly growing on me: beautiful art makes things more desirable and therefore more valuable....
In April 1995, Dan Coggins gave up his night shifts as a BBC engineer and the Lovetone
company was founded. That summer, Dan and partner Vlad Naslas took their Meatball envelope filter production prototype to effects guru Pete Cornish, who provided them with some solid advice moving...
No guitarist that is or was a Ministry fan can help but being intrigued by Malekko Heavy Industries
' stompbox insanity (the company's owner is the band's bassist Paul Barker).
Although bit reduction pedals - also called "lo-fi" - are not for all (tone purists in particular), Malekko's...
Whether you own the "holy grail" Colorsound Dipthonizer, or you don't know a diphthong from a Frampton solo, there is a new pedal from TWA that might tickle your ears. The TWA Little Dipper MkII
is an envelope-controlled vocal formant filter that...
Of all the 250+ pedals participating in our upcoming Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit (October 19-20, RSVP here), the Rainger FX ones are definitely the most intriguing looking ones.
This London based company, founded by musician/engineer/pedal builder David Rainger, will be present at our show with...
is a company that focuses heavily on... getting it right. They use powerful DSP processing to create pedals that echo and sometimes surpass the most fabulous designs of the past, but with a modern spin of course. I...
Funky automatic filters are one of my favorite alliterations in the guitar effects world. As bizarre as this may sound, these kind of effects seem to bring a level of consciousness to the guitar notes played through them - it's like if that...