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Oct 13, 2014

As you may know, Devi Ever earlier this year parted ways with her company Devi Ever FX, and sold the assets to the fine folks at Dwarfcraft Devices, who had previously licensed and built her branded effects on occasion. The Big Distortion Sound Machine (BDSM) is the first pedal bearing the Devi Ever FX label released under the new ownership, and it’s essentially two discrete fuzz pedals from the original Devi Ever line in one. It offers the unique opportunity to run both in stereo and/or in parallel. A range of combinations are promised from the unique square-wave buzz saw of the Ruiner side meeting the sick distorto-gain of the Torn’s Peaker’s side.

I’m certain that, unlike some double distortions, this handmade box will not just be a one-trick pony, or too much to handle – although one of the pedal’s missions, according to the video streaming below, is to allow the guitar to “devour the entire mix.” We are eagerly anticipating putting this stallion through its paces at the upcoming Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit.

While you wait, we’ll let its very creator Benjamin Hinz explain to you – in the quirkiest way possible – how it works, in the video below. – Mya Byrne